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PositionBillStatusSummaryAction
#1PR23-0862PassedContract No. CW72868 and Modification No. 1 to Contract No. CW72868 with Genuine Parts Company (dba NAPA Auto Parts or NAPA) Approval and Payment Authorization Emergency Declaration Resolution of 2020
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2020-07-31
Resolution R23-0473, Effective from Jul 21, 2020 Published in DC Register Vol 67 and Page 9171
#2B23-0806EnrolledContract No. CW72868 and Modification No. 1 to Contract No. CW72868 with Genuine Parts Company (dba NAPA Auto Parts or NAPA) Approval and Payment Authorization Emergency Act of 2020
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2020-07-30
Transmitted to Mayor, Response Due on August 13, 2020
#3B23-0734PassedCOVID-19 Response Supplemental Temporary Amendment Act of 2020
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2020-07-16
Transmitted to Congress, Projected Law Date is Sep 24, 2020
#4B23-0023PassedLaw 23-109 designates the alley within Square 514, bounded by 5th Street, N.W., M Street, N.W., 4th Street, N.W., and New York Avenue, N.W. in Ward 6, as Crowdy Court.
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2020-07-24
Law L23-0109, Effective from Jun 24, 2020 Published in DC Register Vol 67 and Page 8970
#5B23-0037IntroducedAs 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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2020-07-28
Committee Report Filed
#6B23-0038IntroducedAs 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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2020-07-28
Committee Report Filed
#7B23-0074IntroducedAs introduced it exempts low income housing tax credit redevelopment projects from TOPA notice requirements.
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2020-07-31
Committee Report Filed
#8B23-0093PassedLaw 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
#9B23-0126PassedLaw 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
#10B23-0147EngrossedAs 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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2020-07-21
First Reading, CC
#11B23-0148PassedLaw 23-113 requires that employers who have employees who turn down parking benefits offer a Clean air Transportation Fringe Benefit in an amount equal to or more than the market value of the parking benefit minus the employee's contribution to the p...
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2020-07-24
Law L23-0113, Effective from Jun 24, 2020 Published in DC Register Vol 67 and Page 8974
#12B23-0166PassedLaw 23-114 adds the Arland D. Williams Jr. Memorial Bridge, the Harry W. Nice Bridge, Sandy Hook Bridge, Brunswick Bridge, and Point of Rocks Bridge to the list of bridges covered by the Potomac River Bridges Towing Compact.
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2020-07-24
Law L23-0114, Effective from Jun 24, 2020 Published in DC Register Vol 67 and Page 8975
#13B23-0232EngrossedAs 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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2020-07-21
First Reading, CC
#14B23-0250PassedLaw 23-115 defines the practice of professional art therapy which includes assisting people to improve cognitive and sensory-motor functions, increase self-esteem, cope with grief and traumatic experience, resolve conflicts and distress, and enhance ...
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2020-07-24
Law L23-0115, Effective from Jun 24, 2020 Published in DC Register Vol 67 and Page 8976
#15B23-0289EngrossedAs introduced it symbolically designates the 2200 block of Mount View Place, S.E. in Ward 8, as Hannah Hawkins Way.
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2020-07-21
First Reading, CC
#16B23-0281PassedLaw 23-117 allows the Public Charter School Board to impose interim conditions upon revocation or non-renewal of a charter during a closing school's final months of operation.
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2020-07-24
Law L23-0117, Effective from Jun 24, 2020 Published in DC Register Vol 67 and Page 8978
#17B23-0315IntroducedAs introduced it establishes a grant program to provide funding to District employers to hire and retain eligible veterans. Eligible veterans are District residents who were honorably discharged with a 50% or more service-related disability.
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2020-09-17
Public Hearing Held
#18B23-0269PassedLaw 23-116 establishes time frames for a health professional employer to report action taken against a health professional to a board, commission, or authority and creates sanctions for failure to comply. It also requires a health professional to sub...
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2020-07-24
Law L23-0116, Effective from Jun 24, 2020 Published in DC Register Vol 67 and Page 8977
#19B23-0288EngrossedAs 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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2020-07-21
Amendment (Cheh and Todd)
#20B23-0316IntroducedAs 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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2020-09-30
Public Hearing Held
#21B23-0326EnrolledAs 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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2020-07-30
Transmitted to Mayor, Response Due on August 13, 2020
#22B23-0322EnrolledAs introduced it requires hospitals, health care facilities and birth centers provide notice regarding the danger window blinds pose to children.
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2020-07-30
Transmitted to Mayor, Response Due on August 13, 2020
#23B23-0351IntroducedAs introduced it authorizes the issuance of tax increment financing to support the Reunion Square Development project near the Anacostia Metrorail Station to transform it into a mixed use project.
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2020-07-30
Public Hearing Held
#24B23-0402EngrossedAs 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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2020-07-21
First Reading, CC
#25B23-0416PassedLaw 23-188 adds provisions to the Comprehensive Newborn Screening Program to establish discharge standards and authorizes penalties for failure to comply with the standards or perform the necessary screens. It would also authorize the Department of H...
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2020-07-24
Law L23-0118, Effective from Jun 24, 2020 Published in DC Register Vol 67 and Page 8979
#26B23-0449PassedLaw 23-119 symbolically designates S Street, N.W., and 17th Street, N.W., as Kappa Alpha Psi Way.
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2020-07-24
Law L23-0119, Effective from Jun 24, 2020 Published in DC Register Vol 67 and Page 8980
#27B23-0500IntroducedAs introduced Bill 23-500 would bring the District law into compliance with state law requirements set in the Federal Unemployment Tax Act by expanding the definition of employment and by permitting government entities and instrumentalities to make p...
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2020-09-16
Oversight Hearing Held
#28B23-0507PassedLaw 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
#29B23-0535IntroducedAs 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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2020-07-29
Public Hearing Held
#30B23-0538IntroducedAs 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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2020-09-15
Public Hearing Held
#31B23-0532IntroducedAs 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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2020-09-15
Public Hearing Held
#32B23-0529IntroducedAs 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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2020-07-29
Public Hearing Held
#33B23-0522IntroducedAs introduced Bill 23-522 orders the closing of a portion of Chesapeake Street, S.W., Magazine Road, S.W., and Keel Avenue, S.W., the Removal of building restriction lines associated with the portion of Chesapeake Street, S.W., being closed; and the ...
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2020-09-17
Public Hearing Held
#34B23-0533IntroducedAs 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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2020-09-15
Public Hearing Held
#35B23-0548IntroducedAs introduced Bill 23-548 provides free fishing licenses to members of the Piscataway Indian Nation and the Piscataway Conoy Tribe.
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2020-07-30
Public Hearing Held
#36B23-0543IntroducedAs introduced Bill 23-543 requires continuing education for licensed health professionals on the subject of suicide risk assessment, treatment, and management to provide comprehensive care for at-risk patients. Training includes 2 credits of evidence...
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2020-07-29
Public Hearing Held
#37B23-0562IntroducedAs introduced Bill 23-562 orders the legal closing of a 15 foot wide public alley in Square 5860 abutting lots 1020, 1025 through 1031, 1037 and P231/8 and Square 5600 lot 800 in Ward 8.
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2020-09-17
Public Hearing Held
#38B23-0565EnrolledAs introduced Bill 23-565 requires both minors and adults to receive a medical clearance from an otolaryngologist and receive a hearing test evaluation before an entity can fit, offer for sale, or sell a hearing aid to them. Adults may also receive ...
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2020-07-30
Transmitted to Mayor, Response Due on August 13, 2020
#39PR23-0603PassedClemency Board Patrick Canavan Confirmation Resolution of 2019
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2020-07-24
Resolution R23-0362, Effective from Mar 03, 2020 Published in DC Register Vol 67 and Page 8987
#40PR23-0602PassedClemency Board Phylisa Carter Confirmation Resolution of 2019
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2020-07-24
Resolution R23-0361, Effective from Mar 03, 2020 Published in DC Register Vol 67 and Page 8986
#41PR23-0591PassedCommission on Human Rights Teri Janine Quinn Confirmation Resolution of 2019
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2020-07-24
Resolution R23-0352, Effective from Mar 03, 2020 Published in DC Register Vol 67 and Page 8985
#42B23-0580IntroducedAs introduced Bill 23-580 closes a portion of a public alley system in Square 2892, bounded by Lamont Street, Georgia Avenue, Kenyon Street, and Sherman Avenue in Northwest Washington, D.C., in Ward 1.
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2020-09-17
Public Hearing Held
#43B23-0584EnrolledAs 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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2020-07-30
Transmitted to Mayor, Response Due on August 13, 2020
#44B23-0609IntroducedAs introduced Bill 23-609 symbolically designates the 300 block of 14th Place, N.E., in Ward 6, as Gail Cobb Way.
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2020-09-15
Public Hearing Held
#45B23-0608IntroducedAs introduced Bill 23-608 provides an abatement of property, recordation, and transfer taxes for the real property located at 1001 Spring Road, N.W.
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2020-07-22
Notice of Public Hearing Published in the DC Register
#46PR23-0653IntroducedCouncil review period tolled pursuant to Bill 23-733.
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2020-07-21
Final Reading, CC
#47PR23-0654IntroducedCouncil review period tolled pursuant to Bill 23-733.
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2020-07-21
Final Reading, CC
#48PR23-0655IntroducedCouncil review period tolled pursuant to Bill 23-733.
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2020-07-21
Final Reading, CC
#49PR23-0656IntroducedCouncil review period tolled pursuant to Bill 23-733.
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2020-07-21
Final Reading, CC
#50B23-0619IntroducedAs introduced Bill 23-619 designates Lafayette Park located at 5900 33rd Street and Quesada Street NW as the Lafayette-Pointer Park. It also designates the Lafayette Recreation Center as the Lafayette-Pointer Recreation Center.
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2020-09-15
Public Hearing Held
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