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PositionBillStatusSummaryAction
#1B22-0628EngrossedAs introduced, this bill criminalizes synthetic drugs based on the class of the chemical compound, including variants of fentanyl.
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2018-11-13
First Reading CC
#2CER22-0423Introduced30th Anniversary Of Milton Gottesman Jewish Day School Of The Nation's Capital Ceremonial Recognition Resolution Of 2018
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2018-11-13
Retained by the Council
#3B22-1015IntroducedAs introduced, this bill establishes a panel of special education attorneys to represent students with identified special education needs who are involved in the criminal justice system.
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2018-10-26
Notice of Intent to Act on B22-1015 Published in the DC Register
#4B22-0020EngrossedAs introduced, this bill establishes protections for the transfer of structured settlement payment rights. It establishes disclosure requirements for all interested parties involved in direct or indirect transfers of structure settlement payment righ...
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2018-11-13
First Reading CC
#5B22-0250PassedAs introduced, this bill updates the Vital Records Act of 1981 so the Department of Health can conform to the national standard for vital records offices. It establishes standard reporting requirements, definitions and procedures for registering vita...
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2018-10-30
Law Number L22-0164 Effective from October 30, 2018
#6B22-0986IntroducedAs introduced, this bill authorizes the issuance of tax increment financing to support certain infrastructure and site costs for a portion of the land located among the existing Brookland Manor apartment complex and the former Brentwood Village Shopp...
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2018-11-14
Public Hearing Held
#7PR22-1066IntroducedBoard Of Optometry Dr. Lamia Jones Confirmation Resolution Of 2018
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2018-11-13
#8PR22-1067IntroducedBoard Of Dietetics And Nutrition Annina Burns Confirmation Resolution Of 2018
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2018-11-13
#9B22-0537PassedAs 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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2018-10-30
Law Number L22-0165 Effective from October 30, 2018
#10B22-0457IntroducedAs introduced, this bill requires the Mayor to list, as part of her annual budget request to the Council, all requirements imposed on recipients of economic development incentives for real property development. Among other things, the Mayor shall lis...
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2018-10-30
Public Hearing Held
#11B22-0324PassedAs introduced, this bill updates the District's notary laws to conform with current best practices. It does not require the notary's sole place of residence or business be in the District. It gives the Mayor the authority to revoke the commission of ...
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2018-10-19
Transmitted to Congress, Projected Law Date is December 13, 2018
#12B22-0686IntroducedAs introduced, this bill requires the Office on Aging to develop a comprehensive ten year strategic plan that shall serve as a long-term blueprint for the District. The plan includes an assessment of the data currently available on the District's sen...
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2018-11-02
Public Hearing Held
#13B22-0613PassedAs introduced, this bill establishes the Department of General Services (DGS) as the agency to solicit, review, and approve permits for community access of a school's facilities and grounds. DGS will also remit the majority of permit fees to the scho...
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2018-11-07
Enacted with Act Number A22-0511
#14B22-0951IntroducedAs introduced, this bill requires that schools adopt and implement a policy to prevent and address child sexual abuse, including protocols for responding to and reporting allegations. Public schools and public charter schools are also required to vet...
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2018-11-01
Public Hearing Held
#15B22-1027IntroducedModifications Nos. 2 And 3 To Contract No. Cw56028 With Food & Friends, Inc. Approval And Payment Authorization Emergency Act Of 2018
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2018-11-13
Final Reading CC
#16B22-1025IntroducedChange Order Nos. 10 Through 20 To Contract No. Dcam-15-cs-0075 Approval And Payment Authorization Emergency Act Of 2018
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2018-11-13
Final Reading CC
#17B22-1026IntroducedModifications To Hca No. Dcrl-2016-h1-0034 With God's Anointed New Generation Approval And Payment Authorization Emergency Act Of 2018
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2018-11-13
Final Reading CC
#18PR22-1112IntroducedChange Order Nos. 10 Through 20 To Contract No. Dcam-15-cs-0075 Approval And Payment Authorization Emergency Declaration Resolution Of 2018
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2018-11-13
Final Reading CC
#19PR22-1117IntroducedModifications To Hca No. Dcrl-2016-h1-0034 With God's Anointed New Generation Approval And Payment Authorization Emergency Declaration Resolution Of 2018
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2018-11-13
Final Reading CC
#20CER22-0409PassedHispanic Heritage Month Recognition Resolution Of 2018
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2018-11-09
Resolution ACR22-0409 Effective from November 9, 2018 Published in DC Register Vol 65 and Page 12409
#21B22-1006PassedModificationno. 2 To Contract No. Dcpl-2018-c-0034a With Baker & Taylor Approval And Payment Authorization Emergency Act Of 2018
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2018-11-09
Act A22-0497, Expires on January 29, 2019 Published in DC Register Vol 65 and Page 12325
#22B22-0959EngrossedAs introduced, this bill exempts certain health care projects of the District of Columbia and District Hospital Partners, LP, doing business as George Washington University Hospital from the Certificate of Need process. FUNDING NOTE - This law is S...
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2018-11-13
Amendment (Evans)
#23B22-0087PassedAs introduced, this bill increases the frequency with which the Board of Elections evaluates and determines voting precincts to every 5 years, subject to Council approval and requires that a system be developed to permit registered voters to elect to...
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2018-11-09
Act A22-0504 Published in DC Register Vol 65 and Page 12361
#24B22-1033IntroducedControlled Substance Testing Emergency Amendment Act Of 2018
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2018-11-20
Retained by the Council
#25B22-1035IntroducedDirect Support Professionals Payment Rate Act Of 2018
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2018-11-13
#26B22-1038IntroducedVision Zero Enhancement Amendment Act Of 2018
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2018-11-13
#27B22-0014IntroducedAs introduced, this bill protects victims of domestic violence, sexual abuse, or stalking as well as their family members against discrimination by employers and labor organizations from acts based wholly or partially upon a disruption or threat to t...
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2018-11-16
Committee Report Filed
#28B22-0170PassedAs introduced, this bill authorizes the Office of the Attorney General to enforce the Consumer Protection Procedures Act against housing providers that violate laws that protect tenants.
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2018-11-09
Act A22-0505 Published in DC Register Vol 65 and Page 12363
#29B22-0312IntroducedAs introduced, this bill requires that the District Department of Corrections, the District of Columbia Office on Returning Citizens Affairs, and the District of Columbia Courts develop notification requirements to provide verbal and written notifica...
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2018-11-16
Committee Report Filed
#30B22-0619IntroducedAs introduced, this bill establishes Repeat Parking Violation Pilot Zones where the Mayor may establish escalating fines for identified violations if the Mayor identifies repeat parking violations by more than one vehicle within the zone. The Mayor s...
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2018-11-08
Public Hearing Held
#31B22-0627PassedRevised Synthetics Abatement And Full Enforcement Drug Control Temporary Amendment Act Of 2017
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2018-11-09
Act A22-0503 Published in DC Register Vol 65 and Page 12338
#32B22-0640PassedAs 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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2018-11-02
Act A22-0492 Published in DC Register Vol 65 and Page 12066
#33B22-0653PassedAs introduced, this bill extends the time for the District to dispose of real property located at 1336 8th Street, N.W., for the development of affordable housing.
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2018-11-09
Act A22-0508 Published in DC Register Vol 65 and Page 12371
#34B22-0746PassedAs introduced, this bill designates the 200 block of 10th Street, N.E. in Ward 6, as Outlaw Way.
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2018-11-02
Act A22-0475 Published in DC Register Vol 65 and Page 12020
#35B22-0752IntroducedAs introduced, this bill requires a warning be issued in any instance related to residential collection of solid waste prior to issuing a citation.
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2018-11-16
Public Hearing Held
#36B22-0761PassedAs introduced, this bill adds designated properties to the Golden Triangle BID, revises the rates of assessment, and establishes the residential tax rate for residential members of the Golden Triangle Business Improvement District.
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2018-10-26
Law Number L22-0161 Effective from October 11, 2018
#37B22-0757PassedFiscal Year 2018 Revised Local Budget Temporary Adjustment Act Of 2018
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2018-10-30
Law Number L22-0169 Effective from October 30, 2018, Expires on June 12, 2019
#38PR22-0814IntroducedDistrict Of Columbia Sentencing Commission Molly M. Gill Reappointment Resolution Of 2018
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2018-11-01
Public Hearing Held
#39PR22-0824IntroducedDistrict Of Columbia Corrections Information Council Governing Board Nkechi Taifa Appointment Resolution Of 2018
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2018-11-13
Final Reading CC
#40B22-0787PassedAs introduced, this bill ceremonially designates the unit block of Brandywine Street, S.E. in Squares 6171 and 6171 N in Ward 8 as Rev. W.W. Flood Way.
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2018-11-02
Act A22-0476 Published in DC Register Vol 65 and Page 12022
#41B22-0789IntroducedAs introduced, this bill provides real property tax relief for Lot 826 in Square 6129 and Lot 804 in Square 5984, owned by Unfoldment Inc.
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2018-11-19
Public Hearing Held
#42PR22-0835PassedHistoric Preservation Review Board Brian Crane Confirmation Resolution Of 2018
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2018-10-26
Resolution R22-0552 Effective from July 10, 2018 Published in DC Register Vol 65 and Page 11873
#43B22-0793PassedAs introduced, this bill symbolically designates the 1200 block of U Street, N.W., in Ward 1, as Ben's Chili Bowl Way.
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2018-11-02
Act A22-0477 Published in DC Register Vol 65 and Page 12024
#44B22-0826PassedCommunity Violence Interruption Fund Temporary Act Of 2018
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2018-10-26
Law Number L22-0162 Effective from October 11, 2018, Expires on May 24, 2019
#45B22-0831PassedAnacostia River Toxics Remediation Temporary Amendment Act Of 2018
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2018-10-30
Law Number L22-0170 Effective from October 30, 2018, Expires on June 12, 2019
#46B22-0842IntroducedAs introduced, this bill establishes the Commission on Archives and Records Management to advise and make recommendations to the Mayor, the Council, and the public on the management of public records and for the collection, custody, and preservation ...
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2018-11-16
Committee Report Filed
#47B22-0845IntroducedAs introduced, this bill establishes a special fund, administered by the Department of Small and Local Business Development to finance community area priorities located within designated qualified opportunity zones. The fund is called the Local Commu...
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2018-11-08
Public Hearing Held
#48B22-0841IntroducedAs introduced, this bill limits the number of days per year for which temporary visitor parking permits may be issued to a single residential address to 30 days.
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2018-11-08
Public Hearing Held
#49PR22-0893IntroducedBoard Of Trustees Of The University Of The District Of Columbia Charlene Drew Jarvis Confirmation Resolution Of 2018
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2018-11-06
Committee Report Filed
#50PR22-0898IntroducedBoard Of Zoning Adjustment Lorna John Confirmation Resolution Of 2018
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2018-10-18
Roundtable Hearing Held
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