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#1B22-0315PassedAs introduced, this bill exempts owner occupied single-family homes with accessory dwelling units from the requirements of the Tenant Opportunity to Purchase Act (TOPA). Accessory dwelling units are basements, carriage houses, converted garages, or s...
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2018-07-03
Law Number L22-0120 Effective from July 3, 2018
#2B22-0171PassedAs introduced, this bill establishes a program and supporting fund, the Senior Dental Services Program and the Senior Dental Services Program Fund respectively, within the Department of Health to provide dental services for District seniors with an a...
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2018-06-22
Law Number L22-0108 Effective from June 5, 2018
#3B22-0287PassedAs introduced, this bill establishes under what circumstances members of the MPD who have sustained serious or life-threatening injury or illness, during the performance of duty, shall be processed for retirement or assigned non-police duties.
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2018-06-22
Law Number L22-0099 Effective from June 5, 2018
#4PR22-0890IntroducedBoard Of Trustees Of The University Of The District Of Columbia Ken Grossinger Confirmation Resolution Of 2018
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2018-09-25
Public Hearing Held
#5B22-0117PassedAs introduced, this bill designates the alley between Massachusetts Avenue and C Streets N.E., as Walter Alley. The alley to be designated is in Ward 6.
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2018-07-17
Law Number L22-0127 Effective from July 17, 2018
#6B22-0776IntroducedThis bill will be referred to the Committee on Education until September 30, 2018 and then to the Committee of the Whole. As introduced, this bill establishes the District of Columbia Education Research Advisory Board (Board) and the District of Col...
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2018-07-13
Public Hearing Held
#7PR22-0888IntroducedBoard Of Trustees Of The University Of The District Of Columbia General Errol Schwartz Confirmation Resolution Of 2018
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2018-09-25
Public Hearing Held
#8PR22-0891IntroducedBoard Of Trustees Of The University Of The District Of Columbia Anthony Tardd Confirmation Resolution Of 2018
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2018-09-25
Public Hearing Held
#9PR22-0889IntroducedBoard Of Trustees Of The University Of The District Of Columbia Elaine Crider Confirmation Resolution Of 2018
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2018-09-25
Public Hearing Held
#10PR22-0892IntroducedBoard Of Trustees Of The University Of The District Of Columbia Carolyn Rudd Confirmation Resolution Of 2018
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2018-09-25
Public Hearing Held
#11PR22-0893IntroducedBoard Of Trustees Of The University Of The District Of Columbia Charlene Drew Jarvis Confirmation Resolution Of 2018
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2018-09-25
Public Hearing Held
#12B22-0511PassedAs introduced, this bill establishes when a lifeguard is not required for a swimming pool. It also establishes when shower, toilet and dressing room facilities are not required at certain facilities and also establishes certain exemptions for pools a...
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2018-07-17
Law Number L22-0147 Effective from July 17, 2018
#13B22-0099PassedAs introduced, this bill establishes the Affordable Cooperative Task Force to provide policy recommendations on improving existing limited equity cooperatives (a type of shared home ownership in which individuals purchase a share in a cooperative at ...
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2018-07-03
Law Number L22-0119 Effective from July 3, 2018
#14B22-0168PassedAs introduced, this bill establishes a pilot program that will allow residents in certain public housing properties to volunteer to have the timeliness of their rent payment reported to one or more of the major credit bureaus. The Housing Authority m...
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2018-07-11
Transmitted to Congress, Projected Law Date is September 20, 2018
#15B22-0234IntroducedAs introduced, this bill prohibits the sale, offer for sale, or use of gasoline-powered leaf blowers in the District, beginning on January 1, 2022. A person who violates this order shall be subject to a fine of not more than $500.
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2018-07-02
Public Hearing Held
#16B22-0331EngrossedAs introduced, this bill permits applicants for a District driver's license, learner's permit, or identification card to designate their gender as "nonbinary".
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2018-07-10
First Reading CC
#17B22-0353PassedAs introduced, this bill requires that companies providing utility services operating in the District of Columbia provide 30 days notice to managing agencies of community residential facilities (CRFs) prior to disconnecting services. It also requires...
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2018-06-22
Law Number L22-0104 Effective from June 5, 2018
#18B22-0352PassedAs introduced, this bill expands the jurisdiction of the Office of Administrative Hearings (OAH) to include adjudicated cases arising from the Department of Behavioral Health, the Rental Housing Conversion and Sale Act of 1980, cases involving the De...
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2018-06-22
Law Number L22-0112 Effective from June 9, 2018
#19B22-0351Introducedbill summary - As introduced, this bill permits the Mayor to establish areas near public schools where eligible employees may park during designated hours with a display permit issued by the District Department of Transportation. The bill also establ...
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2018-07-05
Committee Report Filed
#20B22-0405EngrossedAs introduced, this bill establishes the maximum fee of $5,000 for filing a certificate of need application by a federally qualified health center for projects located in Wards 7 and 8.
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2018-07-10
Final Reading CC
#21B22-0434EngrossedAs introduced, this bill includes Emerald Street, N.E. bounded by the 1300 block of F Street, N.E. to the north, and the 1300 block of E Street, N.E., to the south, as an historic district under the Targeted Homeowner Grant Program.
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2018-07-10
First Reading CC
#22B22-0431PassedAs introduced, this bill makes technical amendments to the Retail Incentive Act of 2004 to centralize and consolidate resolutions and acts that pertain to the Great Streets Program. It clarifies the boundaries of the existing Great Streets corridors ...
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2018-06-22
Law Number L22-0105 Effective from June 5, 2018
#23B22-0466PassedAs introduced, this bill makes clarifying amendments to sections 2282 and 7142 of the Fiscal Year 2018 Budget Support Act of 2017, section 210 (c) of the Clean and Affordable Energy Act of 2008, the table of contents of Chapter 22 of Title 47 of the ...
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2018-07-03
Law Number L22-0124 Effective from July 3, 2018
#24B22-0451EngrossedAs introduced, this bill modifies how "treatment" and "youth offender" are defined in the Youth Rehabilitation Amendment Act. It requires the Mayor to provide developmentally appropriate facilities, services, care, subsistence, education, treatment, ...
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2018-07-10
Final Reading CC
#25B22-0454EngrossedAs introduced, this bill sets a limit on how much farmers markets may be charged in parking meter fees by the District Department of Transportation. The cap is $50 per day of operation.
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2018-07-10
First Reading CC
#26B22-0441PassedAs introduced, this bill increases the rental unit fee to $30 from $25.
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2018-07-03
Law Number L22-0113 Effective from July 3, 2018
#27PR22-0449PassedSense Of The Council Declaring 2018 The Year Of The Anacostia Resolution Of 2017
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2018-07-06
Resolution R22-0526 Effective from July 6, 2018 Published in DC Register Vol 65 and Page 7175
#28B22-0444EngrossedAs introduced, this bill establishes a Public Housing Resident Bill of Rights to inform residents of some of their federal and District tenancy rights. It also requires the District of Columbia Housing Authority to publish a copy of the document onli...
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2018-07-10
First Reading CC
#29B22-0480IntroducedAs introduced, this bill authorizes a health occupations board to discipline a health professional who has financially exploited a patient, client or employer and provides for the summary suspension or restriction of the license, registration, or cer...
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2018-07-11
Public Hearing Held
#30B22-0481PassedAs introduced, this bill removes the requirement that the Department of Health Care Finance submit every plan, modification, or waiver to the State Plan to the Council of the District of Columbia for passive review.
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2018-06-22
Law Number L22-0106 Effective from June 5, 2018
#31B22-0508IntroducedAs introduced, this bill establishes an Office of Nightlife within the Executive Office of the Mayor to coordinate and manage the District's after-hours economy, primarily between the hours of 5pm and 5am. It will serve as a point of contact for nigh...
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2018-07-12
Committee Report Filed
#32B22-0513PassedAs introduced, this bill exempts certain property leased by the University of the District of Columbia from taxation. FUNDING NOTE - This legislation is Subject to Appropriations. See Fiscal Impact Statement under "Other Documents" tab.
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2018-07-03
Law Number L22-0114 Effective from July 3, 2018
#33B22-0515IntroducedAs introduced, this bill amends the composition of the Gas Station Advisory Board. The Board will be composed of five members, and will consider the petitions for exemption from restrictions regarding modifications of full service retail service stat...
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2018-07-03
Public Hearing Held
#34B22-0537EngrossedAs introduced, among other things, this bill would allow for extended hours of operation, sales, service and consumption of alcoholic beverages during the 2018 All-Star Game and the World Cup Tournament. It would also allow patrons to carry re-sealed...
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2018-07-10
Final Reading CC
#35B22-0558IntroducedAs introduced, this bill requires health care facilities to add community benefits - health improvement services and benefits that are provided without charge - as a prerequisite to obtaining or maintaining a certificate of need. The community benefi...
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2018-07-11
Public Hearing Held
#36B22-0561IntroducedAs introduced, this bill declares District owned property known as the Crummell School Site, located at 1900 Gallaudet Street, N.E., excluding the Crummell School building, as surplus and approves its disposition.
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2018-06-27
Public Hearing Held
#37B22-0573IntroducedAs introduced, this bill authorizes the Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs to deny basic business licenses and building permits to rental property owners who neglect their properties and have been cited for more than 5 Class 1 infractions ...
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2018-07-03
Public Hearing Held
#38B22-0579PassedAs introduced, this bill permits hospitals who meet certain eligibility criteria to operate helicopter landing pads as a matter of right.
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2018-07-16
Transmitted to Congress, Projected Law Date is September 25, 2018
#39B22-0596IntroducedAs introduced, this bill dedicates certain housing fines to a Housing Condition Abatement Fund to be used for abatement of nuisances, to aid tenants impacted by violations, and to reimburse inspection or re-inspection fees charged to certain owners o...
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2018-07-03
Public Hearing Held
#40B22-0598IntroducedAs introduced, this bill declares real property known as Parcel 42, located at the intersection of 7th Street, N.W., and Rhode island Avenue, N.W., as no longer required for public purposes. It grants the Mayor 3 years to dispose of the property.
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2018-06-27
Public Hearing Held
#41B22-0615IntroducedAs introduced, this bill establishes time frames for the Office of Administrative hearings to hold hearings requested by property owners who dispute a notice of infraction or notice of violation. It establishes under what circumstances the Mayor may ...
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2018-07-03
Public Hearing Held
#42PR22-0673IntroducedHousing Production Trust Fund Board Charles R. Lowery Confirmation Resolution Of 2017
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2018-07-10
Final Reading CC
#43B22-0628IntroducedAs introduced, this bill criminalizes synthetic drugs based on the class of the chemical compound, including variants of fentanyl.
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2018-07-11
Public Hearing Held
#44B22-0632EnrolledAs introduced, this bill doubles the required amount of affordable housing and expands the affordability levels to households earning at or below 30% and 50% of the area median income, to be completed with the development project located at 1530 Firs...
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2018-07-16
Transmitted to Mayor, Response Due on July 31, 2018
#45B22-0635EngrossedAs introduced, this bill revises the location of the District's Ward 1 Short-term Family Housing program to 2500 14th Street, NW., adds units to the shelter, and also adds housing for seniors.
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2018-07-10
Final Reading CC
#46B22-0640EngrossedAs introduced, this bill clarifies that the Rental Housing Commission is an independent agency within the executive branch of the District government. Among other things, it provides for the composition and duties of the Commission, and specifies tha...
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2018-07-10
First Reading CC
#47B22-0664PassedAs introduced, this bill designates the school bounded by Nicholson Street, SE, Prout Street, SE, 22nd Street SE, and Minnesota Avenue, SE, in Ward 8, as Lawrence Boone, Sr. School.
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2018-07-17
Law Number L22-0150 Effective from July 17, 2018
#48B22-0683IntroducedAs introduced, this bill requires that Code violators who damage adjoining or abutting property be ordered to repair the damage or pay restitution to the property owner.
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2018-07-12
Public Hearing Held
#49B22-0681EngrossedAs introduced, this bill requires that all food and beverages distributed by the Department of Parks and Recreation (DPR) or their agents must meet the requirements of the District school meal standards or the federal competitive food service standar...
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2018-07-10
First Reading CC
#50B22-0687IntroducedAs introduced, this bill establishes an Adverse Childhood Experiences Task Force to study policies and practices in pediatric settings designed to mitigate conditions arising from toxic stressors and adverse childhood experiences.
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2018-07-11
Public Hearing Held
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