Washington D.C. Councilmember Jack Evans [D]

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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. FUNDING NOTE - This bill is Subject to Appropriations. See Fisc...
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2020-11-30
Committee Report Filed
DCB23-0538EngrossAs introduced Bill 23-538 ceremonially designates the Frederick Douglass Court, SE in Square 5880 in Ward 8 as Elaine M. Carter Way
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2020-11-30
Committee Report Filed
DCB23-0359PassAs introduced it requires the Department of Transportation to create rules governing electric mobility devices. It requires a permit to operate an electric mobility device fleet. It establishes fleet maintenance requirements. It requires a 24 hour ho...
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2020-11-27
Act A23-0486 Published in DC Register Vol 67 and Page 13886
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. FUNDING NOTE - This bill is Subject to Appropriations. Se...
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2020-11-25
Committee Report Filed
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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2020-11-25
Committee Report Filed
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. FUNDING NOTE - This bill is Subject to Appropriations. See Fiscal Impact...
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2020-11-25
Committee Report Filed
DCB23-0127IntroAs introduced it establishes a Board of Indeterminate Sentence and Parole for the District of Columbia and to determine its functions, and for other purposes, to include individuals who committed an offense before age 25 in the existing sentence modi...
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2020-11-24
Committee Report Filed
DCB23-0181IntroAs introduced it establishes when a petitioner including an intimate partner, family member, household member, victim of sexual abuse, a minor or a minor's parent, guardian or custodian, may file a petition for civil protection in the Domestic Violen...
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2020-11-24
Committee Report Filed
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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2020-11-24
Committee Report Filed
DCB23-0501IntroAs introduced Bill 23-501 limits the District's cooperation with federal immigration agencies absent a judicial warrant or order.
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2020-11-24
Committee Report Filed
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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2020-11-24
Committee Report Filed
DCB23-0529EnrollAs 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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2020-11-23
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
DCB23-0090IntroAs 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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2020-11-20
Committee Report Filed
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
DCB23-0436IntroAs introduced Bill 23-436 requires special hiring agreements be completed prior to the beginning of a project. It must be accepted by the Department of Employment Services ("DOES") and posted on the Department's website. Reports providing information...
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2020-11-19
Public Hearing Held
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
DCB23-0171EngrossAs 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)
DCB23-0324PassAs 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)
DCB23-0432IntroAs 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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2020-11-17
Postponed Indefinitely
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
DCB23-0037PassAs 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
DCB23-0326EnrollAs 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
DCB23-0430PassAs 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
DCB23-0150EngrossAs introduced it establishes a dyslexia screening and intervention pilot program for early elementary grades to be implemented by the State Superintendent of Education. FUNDING NOTE - This bill is Subject to Appropriations. See Fiscal Impact Statem...
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2020-11-10
Final Reading, CC
DCB23-0309EngrossAs introduced it prohibits the District of Columbia government from discriminating, in employment, against individuals participating in the medical marijuana program. FUNDING NOTE - This bill is "Subject to Appropriations"; please see Fiscal Impact...
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2020-11-10
First Reading, CC
DCB23-0132IntroAs introduced it requires Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs (DCRA) housing inspectors to be certified to conduct indoor mold assessment and remediation. DCRA shall issue a notice of violation to property owners to remediate indoor mold an...
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2020-11-09
Committee Report Filed
DCB23-0232PassAs introduced it establishes an Autonomous Vehicles Testing Program to be administered by the District Department of Transportation. FUNDING NOTE - This bill is Subject to Appropriations. See Fiscal Impact Statement.
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2020-11-06
Act A23-0450 Published in DC Register Vol 67 and Page 13048
DCB23-0288PassAs introduced the bill requires 10 days' notice regarding statements about regulating vehicular or pedestrian traffic, if the proposed installation, modification, or removal of the statement will increase safety at a location identified as a high-ris...
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2020-11-06
Act A23-0451 Published in DC Register Vol 67 and Page 13057
DCB23-0498IntroAs introduced Bill 23-498 explicitly prohibits discrimination wholly or partially because of any combination of statutorily protected traits.
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2020-10-27
Public Hearing Held
DCB23-0147PassAs introduced it establishes the Office on Deaf and Hard of Hearing and allows the Mayor to appoint the Director of the office. FUNDING NOTE - This bill is Subject to Appropriations. See Fiscal Impact Statement.
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2020-10-23
Transmitted to Congress, Projected Law Date is Dec 11, 2020
DCB23-0402PassAs introduced Bill 23-402 enables a parent, legal guardian, or legal custodian who is, or may be subject to an adverse immigration action, to make short-term plans for a child without terminating or limiting their parental or custodial rights.
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2020-10-23
Transmitted to Congress, Projected Law Date is Dec 11, 2020
DCB23-0260IntroAs introduced it increases the time period by which an action can be taken against the District from six months to one year after injury or damage.
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2020-10-07
Notice of Public Hearing Published in the DC Register
DCPR23-0194PassSense of the Council in Opposition on the Prosecution of Local Gun Offenses in Federal Court Resolution of 2019
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2020-10-02
Resolution R23-0510, Effective from Oct 02, 2020 Published in DC Register Vol 67 and Page 11317
DCB23-0568IntroAs introduced Bill 23-568 increases the maximum and minimum amount of down payment assistance for Home Purchase Assistance to $100,000 and $30,000 respectively. It provides a home repair grant of a maximum of $15,000 and removes certain funding limit...
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2020-09-17
Public Hearing Held
DCB23-0471IntroSequentially to the Committee on Facilities and Procurement and the Committee on Labor and Workforce Development until January 31, 2020, then to the Committee on Business and Economic Development; with comments from the Committee on Judiciary and Pu...
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2020-09-15
Public Hearing Held
DCB23-0034PassLaw 23-126 prohibits the import, sale, offer for sale, purchase, barter, or possession with intent to sell ivory products and rhinoceros horn products. FUNDING NOTE - This bill is Subject to Appropriations. See Fiscal Impact Statement in "Other Doc...
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2020-08-21
Law L23-0126, Effective from Aug 06, 2020 Published in DC Register Vol 67 and Page 9842
DCB23-0534IntroAs 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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2020-07-29
Public Hearing Held
DCB23-0031PassLaw 23-110 provides employees with up to 2 hours of paid leave in order to vote in the District of Columbia elections. FUNDING NOTE - This bill is Subject to Appropriations. See Fiscal Impact Statement in "Other Documents" tab.
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2020-07-24
Law L23-0110, Effective from Jun 24, 2020 Published in DC Register Vol 67 and Page 8971
DCB23-0093PassLaw 23-111 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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2020-07-24
Law L23-0111, Effective from Jun 24, 2020 Published in DC Register Vol 67 and Page 8972
DCB23-0126PassLaw 23-112 requires a voter registration packet posted on the Board of Elections website. It requires the District of Columbia Housing Finance Agency and landlords of residential rental properties to provide voter registration materials to tenants. I...
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2020-07-24
Law L23-0112, Effective from Jun 24, 2020 Published in DC Register Vol 67 and Page 8973
DCB23-0507PassLaw 23-120 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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2020-07-24
Law L23-0120, Effective from Jun 24, 2020 Published in DC Register Vol 67 and Page 8981
DCB23-0202PassLEGISLATIVE SUMMARY - Law 23-97 regulates the practice of midwifery and allows Certified Professional Midwives to supervise services at a maternity birthing center. It also establishes the qualifications for licensure and Medicaid reimbursement regar...
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2020-07-03
Law L23-0097, Effective from Jun 17, 2020 Published in DC Register Vol 67 and Page 8038
DCB23-0327PassLEGISLATIVE SUMMARY - Law 23-100 designates the Amphitheater at Oxon Run Park, located at 13th Street and Mississippi Avenue, SE in Ward 8, as the James E. Bunn Amphitheater.
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2020-07-03
Law L23-0100, Effective from Jun 17, 2020 Published in DC Register Vol 67 and Page 8041
DCB23-0130PassLEGISLATIVE SUMMARY - Law 23-84 establishes an Office of Resilience within the City Administrator's Office to develop and report on the implementation of policies, programs and actions with respect to Urban Resilience. Urban Resilience is defined as ...
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2020-05-15
Law L23-0084, Effective from May 06, 2020 Published in DC Register Vol 67 and Page 5005
DCB23-0173PassLEGISLATIVE SUMMARY - Law 23-75 allows payment of a real estate commission to be made to a business entity.
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2020-05-15
Law L23-0075, Effective from Apr 16, 2020 Published in DC Register Vol 67 and Page 4997
DCB23-0172PassLEGISLATIVE SUMMARY - Law 23-74 designates the park located at 227 Harry Thomas Way, N.E., in Ward 5, as Alethia Tanner Park.
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2020-05-15
Law L23-0074, Effective from Apr 16, 2020 Published in DC Register Vol 67 and Page 4996
DCB23-0201EnrollLEGISLATIVE SUMMARY - Law 23-87 establishes an Office on Caribbean Affairs to monitor the delivery of services and make policy recommendations that affect the District's Caribbean community. FUNDING NOTE - This bill is Subject to Appropriations. Se...
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2020-05-15
Law L23-0087, Effective from May 06, 2020 Published in DC Register Vol 67 and Page 5008
DCB23-0228PassLEGISLATIVE SUMMARY - Law 23-088 permits the Mayor to authorize the use of certain public space by a legitimate theaters for operation as a sidewalk café upon obtaining the necessary licenses and endorsements by the Alcoholic Beverage Control Board....
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2020-05-15
Law L23-0088, Effective from May 06, 2020 Published in DC Register Vol 67 and Page 5009
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