Washington D.C. Councilmember David Grosso [D]

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DCB23-0437IntroAs introduced Bill 23-437 establishes the Office of the Child Safety and Well-Being Ombudsperson as part of the Citizen Review Panel on Child Abuse and Neglect of the District of Columbia. The Citizen Review Panel on Child Abuse and Neglect shall app...
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2020-11-24
Public Hearing Held
DCB23-0887IntroAs introduced Bill 23-887 requires the installation and maintenance of dispensers for free period products in public and public charter schools.
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2020-11-24
Public Hearing Held
DCB23-0921IntroAs introduced Bill 23-921 establishes measures to insure a transition plan is developed for timely enrollment and placement in an educational program and it also requires the designation of one employee to serve as the point-of-contact for Students i...
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2020-11-24
Public Hearing Held
DCB23-0997EnrollChild Enrollment Preference Emergency Amendment Act of 2020
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2020-11-24
Retained by the Council
DCPR23-1013PassChild Enrollment Preference Emergency Declaration Resolution of 2020
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2020-11-24
Retained by the Council
DCB23-0532EnrollAs 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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2020-11-23
Transmitted to Mayor, Response Due on December 8, 2020
DCB23-0038EnrollAs introduced it requires the Office of Human Rights and the Department of Human Resources to develop and provide racial equity training for District employees. Among other things, It requires the Office of Budget and Planning to design and implement...
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2020-11-20
Transmitted to Mayor, Response Due on December 7, 2020
DCB23-0535EnrollAs 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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2020-11-20
Transmitted to Mayor, Response Due on December 7, 2020
DCB23-0571IntroAs introduced Bill 23-571 makes the independent procurement authority for the Health Benefit Exchange Authority permanent.
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2020-11-20
Committee Mark-up of B23-0571
DCPR23-0704IntroSense of the Council in Support of Enhanced Metro Transit Police Department Oversight Resolution of 2020
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2020-11-20
Committee Mark-up of PR23-0704
DCB23-0717EnrollAs 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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2020-11-20
Transmitted to Mayor, Response Due on December 7, 2020
DCCER23-0287PassJohn R. Thompson, Jr. Posthumous Recognition Resolution of 2020
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2020-11-20
Resolution ACR23-0287, Effective from Nov 20, 2020 Published in DC Register Vol 67 and Page 13528
DCCER23-0294PassBreast Cancer Awareness Month Recognition Resolution of 2020
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2020-11-20
Resolution ACR23-0293, Effective from Nov 20, 2020 Published in DC Register Vol 67 and Page 13542
DCB23-0090IntroAs introduced it establishes a Commission on Poverty to address the needs and interests of persons in poverty. The Commission must evaluate existing and subsequent anti-poverty programs to determine their effectiveness and make recommendations for i...
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2020-11-19
Committee Mark-up of B23-0090
DCB23-0487IntroAs introduced Bill 23-487 expands the definition of a "service animal in training" to clarify that the owner of a service animal in training may also serve as the trainer of that animal.
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2020-11-18
Committee Mark-up of B23-0487
DCB23-0970IntroAs introduced Bill 23-970 prohibits discrimination based on hair styles resulting from the immutable characteristics of a hair texture associated with race.
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2020-11-18
Public Hearing Held
DCB23-0035EngrossAs introduced it expands false claims liability to false claims relating to taxation.
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2020-11-17
First Reading
DCB23-0054EngrossAs introduced it allows for the voluntary surrender of opiates and drug paraphernalia at MPD stations. MPD must provide opioid antagonist rescue kits for sworn personnel and it also requires training for all sworn personnel. FUNDING NOTE - This bil...
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2020-11-17
First Reading, CC
DCB23-0083EngrossAs introduced it limits the application of contributory negligence in cases of a collision between an electric mobility device user and a motor vehicle. An electric mobility device is defined as an electric scooter or battery-assisted bicycle.
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2020-11-17
First Reading, CC
DCB23-0107EngrossAs introduced it requires the District to reimburse indirect costs at the same rate a non-profit organization has negotiated to receive for a current federal contract or grant. Modified total direct costs must be at a flat rate if the grant or contr...
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2020-11-17
First Reading, CC
DCB23-0171EngrossAs introduced, this bill permits a minor of any age to consent to receive a vaccine where the vaccination is recommended by the United States Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices. It also establishes that if a minor is able to comprehend the ...
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2020-11-17
Amendment (Gray)
DCB23-0193EngrossAs introduced it requires that 20% of parking spaces constructed in newly constructed or substantially renovated commercial or multi unit buildings include electrical vehicle infrastructure.
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2020-11-17
First Reading, CC
DCB23-0204EngrossAs introduced it provides energy efficiency standards for various appliances sold, offered for sale, or installed in the District. FUNDING NOTE - This bill is Subject to Appropriations. Please see the Fiscal Impact Statement under Other Documents.
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2020-11-17
First Reading, CC
DCB23-0234EngrossAs introduced it establishes an advisory commission to study monuments, markers, and symbols throughout the District to assess their cultural and historical appropriateness.
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2020-11-17
First Reading, CC
DCB23-0233EngrossAs introduced it allows the Council to sponsor a commemorative work on public space that honors persons who have made significant contributions to American culture or history.
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2020-11-17
First Reading, CC
DCB23-0316EngrossAs 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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2020-11-17
First Reading, CC
DCB23-0324PassAs introduced it expands voting rights to residents incarcerated for felony convictions. FUNDING NOTE - This bill is Subject to Appropriations. See Fiscal Impact Statement in "Other Documents".
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2020-11-17
Returned from Mayor
DCB23-0325EngrossAs introduced it requires dementia training for direct care workers, which includes staff whose work involves extensive contact with residents or program participants of residential facilities or home-and community-based programs that provide support...
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2020-11-17
Amendment (Gray)
DCB23-0392EngrossAs 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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2020-11-17
First Reading, CC
DCB23-0506EngrossAs 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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2020-11-17
First Reading, CC
DCB23-0533PassAs 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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2020-11-17
Returned from Mayor
DCB23-0548EngrossAs introduced Bill 23-548 provides free fishing licenses to members of the Piscataway Indian Nation and the Piscataway Conoy Tribe.
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2020-11-17
First Reading, CC
DCB23-0665EngrossAs introduced Bill 23-665 requires the Department of General Services (DGS) to identify and mitigate environmental hazards that impact human health on playground surface materials as well as all District-owned buildings that are occupied during demol...
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2020-11-17
Amendment (R. White)
DCB23-0787PassAs 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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2020-11-17
Returned from Mayor
DCB23-0932PassMedical Marijuana Plant Count Elimination Temporary Amendment Act of 2020
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2020-11-17
Returned from Mayor
DCB23-0037PassAs 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. FUNDING NOTE - This bill is Subject...
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2020-11-13
Act A23-0467 Published in DC Register Vol 67 and Page 13244
DCB23-0263PassAs introduced it designates the school bounded by 48th Place, N.E., Fitch Place, N.E., and 49th Street, N.E. in Ward 7, as the Lorraine H. Whitlock Elementary School.
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2020-11-13
Act A23-0469 Published in DC Register Vol 67 and Page 13252
DCB23-0289PassAs introduced it symbolically designates the 2200 block of Mount View Place, S.E. in Ward 8, as Hannah Hawkins Way.
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2020-11-13
Act A23-0470 Published in DC Register Vol 67 and Page 13254
DCB23-0326EnrollAs introduced it extends postpartum inpatient and outpatient benefits to at least a year after childbirth. FUNDING NOTE - This bill is Subject to Appropriations. See Fiscal Impact Statement in "Other Documents".
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2020-11-13
Law L23-0132, Effective from Oct 20, 2020 Published in DC Register Vol 67 and Page 13197
DCB23-0322PassAs introduced it requires hospitals, health care facilities and birth centers provide notice regarding the danger window blinds pose to children.
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2020-11-13
Law L23-0131, Effective from Oct 20, 2020 Published in DC Register Vol 67 and Page 13196
DCB23-0430PassAs 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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2020-11-13
Law L23-0133, Effective from Oct 20, 2020 Published in DC Register Vol 67 and Page 13198
DCB23-0584PassAs introduced Bill 23-584 requires health insurers to provide a special enrollment period after commencement of a pregnancy. It allows a person to enroll in or change their health insurance outside of the open enrollment period upon pregnancy.
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2020-11-13
Law L23-0135, Effective from Oct 20, 2020 Published in DC Register Vol 67 and Page 13200
DCB23-0606PassAs 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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2020-11-13
Act A23-0472 Published in DC Register Vol 67 and Page 13258
DCB23-0786PassBlack Lives Matter Plaza Designation Temporary Act of 2020
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2020-11-13
Law L23-0139, Effective from Oct 20, 2020 Published in DC Register Vol 67 and Page 13204, Expires on Jun 01, 2021
DCPR23-0892PassSense of the Council Woodrow Wilson High School Renaming Protocol Resolution of 2020
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2020-11-13
Resolution R23-0553, Effective from Oct 20, 2020 Published in DC Register Vol 67 and Page 13302
DCB23-0931PassMedical Marijuana Plant Count Elimination Emergency Amendment Act of 2020
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2020-11-13
Act A23-0477 Published in DC Register Vol 67 and Page 13269, Expires on Jan 30, 2021
DCB23-0440IntroThe Chairman is referring this legislation sequentially to the Committee on Judiciary and Public Safety and the Committee of the Whole (section 3) and then to the Committee of the Whole with comments from the Committee on Facilities and Procurement. ...
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2020-11-12
Committee Report Filed
DCB23-0545IntroAs introduced Bill 23-545 provides remediation for subcontractors in the event of non-payment by contractors or higher-tier subcontractors. It requires that payments be made to subcontractors within 7 days of receipt of funds paid to contractor from ...
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2020-11-11
Committee Report Filed
DCB23-0989IntroAs introduced Bill 23-989 prohibits an employer from screening prospective employees based on their wage history or seeking the wage history of a prospective employee.
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2020-11-11
To Council Labor and Workforce Development Committee
DCB23-0145EngrossAs 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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2020-11-10
First Reading, CC
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