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PositionBillStatusSummaryAction
#1B22-0597IntroducedBehavioral Health Parity Act Of 2017
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2017-11-21
#2B22-0594IntroducedStudent Fair Access To School Act Of 2017
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2017-11-21
#3B22-0586IntroducedBILL SUMMAY - As introduced, this bill symbolically designates the alley located between 10th Street N.E. and 11th Street N.E., and Constitution Avenue, N.E., as Al and Mary Arrighi Way. The alley is located in Ward 6.
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2017-11-21
#4B22-0593IntroducedEducator Expense Tax Credit Amendment Act Of 2017
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2017-11-21
#5PR22-0614PassedBusiness Improvement Districts Tax Exemption Emergency Declaration Resolution Of 2017
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2017-11-21
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#6CER22-0206IntroducedNational School Lunch Week Recognition Resolution Of 2017
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2017-11-07
Final Reading CC
#7CER22-0227IntroducedApprenticeship Week Recognition Resolution Of 2017
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2017-11-07
Final Reading CC
#8B22-0185IntroducedAs introduced, this bill updates key portions of the District's Consumer Protection Procedures Act (CPPA) to make it consistent with similar statutes in other states and Federal Trade Commission (FTC) law. Among other things, it establishes what is ...
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2017-11-28
Public Hearing Held
#9B22-0414PassedAccess To Emergency Epinephrine In Schools Clarification Temporary Amendment Act Of 2017
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2017-10-27
Act A22-0150 Published in DC Register Vol 64 and Page 10736
#10PR22-0619IntroducedDeemed approved 1/15/2018
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2017-11-21
#11B22-0595IntroducedIdentity Protection Amendment Act Of 2017
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2017-11-21
#12B22-0576IntroducedAs introduced, this bill establishes a sales tax holiday for energy-efficient and water-efficient products on the Memorial Day holiday weekend and the Columbus Day holiday weekend.
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2017-11-10
Notice of Intent to Act on B22-0576 Published in the DC Register
#13B22-0031IntroducedAs introduced, this bill requires that a residential real property disclosure statement disclose any stop work orders issued against the property.
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2017-11-09
Public Hearing Held
#14B22-0038IntroducedAs introduced, this bill requires lobbyists to file monthly activity reports with the Director of Government Ethics.
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2017-11-02
Public Hearing Held
#15B22-0060IntroducedAs introduced, this bill prohibits restrictive land covenants or prohibitive contracts which prohibit the subsequent use of real property as a grocery store, on a site that is presently used as a grocery store. It provides an exception to an owner of...
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2017-11-28
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#16B22-0076IntroducedAs introduced, this bill requires the Mayor to designate 10,300 square feet of space within District buildings and adjacent areas to meet childcare needs. District residents who are assigned to work within the building or adjacent area are to receive...
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2017-11-06
Committee Report Filed
#17B22-0067EnrolledAs introduced, this bill repeals provisions for the revocation of an operator's permit or ability to operate a motor vehicle in the District if convicted of a drug violation.
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2017-11-15
Transmitted to Mayor, Response Due on November 30, 2017
#18B22-0118EnrolledAs introduced, this bill permits the DMV to issue replacement reciprocity stickers for a fee of $20.
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2017-11-15
Transmitted to Mayor, Response Due on November 30, 2017
#19B22-0122EnrolledAs introduced, this bill establishes a new program to be administered by the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV). The bill requires the program to operate at least two mobile customer service centers capable of providing titling, licensing and tag pro...
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2017-11-15
Transmitted to Mayor, Response Due on November 30, 2017
#20B22-0171IntroducedAs 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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2017-10-25
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#21B22-0177IntroducedAs introduced, this bill establishes eligibility requirements for physicians to receive or renew an expedited medical license to practice medicine in multiple states and to share information with other member states to streamline the licensing proces...
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2017-12-06
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#22B22-0172IntroducedAs introduced, this bill establishes a Maternal Mental Health Task Force ("Task Force"), funded by the DC Department of Behavior Health, to provide comprehensive policy recommendations to improve maternal mental healthcare in the District.
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2017-11-15
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#23B22-0194PassedAs introduced it requires that the Mayor permit DC HealthCare Alliance program enrollees to complete the face-to-face interview requirement with a qualified community health organization, or over the phone with the Department of Human Services.
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2017-10-30
Transmitted to Congress, Projected Law Date is December 16, 2017
#24B22-0204IntroducedAs introduced, this bill eliminates the financial penalties for failure to pay certain civil motor vehicle infractions within 30 days.
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2017-10-27
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#25B22-0233IntroducedAs introduced, this bill establishes what reimbursement codes a telehealth provider must utilize to be eligible for reimbursement. It establishes the criteria and protocols that must be in place for remote patient monitoring services eligibility and ...
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2017-11-09
Public Hearing Held
#26B22-0237IntroducedAs introduced, this bill requires the waiver of some parking infractions if the registered owner of the vehicle can prove that they did not receive notice of the infraction.
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2017-10-27
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#27B22-0250IntroducedAs 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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2017-10-25
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#28B22-0275IntroducedAs introduced, this bill establishes a Rodent Control Fund for inspection, enforcement, or mitigation of rodent control violations. It requires those applying for a basic business license that requires a Public Health Food Establishment Retail endors...
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2017-12-06
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#29B22-0279PassedAs introduced, this bill revises and increases the rates of the assessments in the Capitol Riverfront Business Improvement District.
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2017-10-30
Transmitted to Congress, Projected Law Date is December 16, 2017
#30B22-0295EngrossedAs introduced, this bill finds that a portion of the public alley bounded by New York Avenue to the North, Brentwood Parkway to the East, Penn Street to the South and 4th Street to the west, is unnecessary for alley purposes and orders it closed. The...
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2017-11-07
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#31B22-0318EngrossedAs introduced, this bill establishes an Office on African American Affairs within District government to address the needs of the District's African American community.
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2017-11-07
First Reading CC
#32PR22-0359IntroducedFranklin School Surplus Declaration And Approval Resolution Of 2017
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2017-11-07
Final Reading CC
#33PR22-0360Introduced Franklin School Disposition Approval Resolution Of 2017
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2017-11-07
Final Reading CC
#34B22-0326IntroducedAs introduced, this bill permits Advisory Neighborhood Commissions to obtain and use a purchase card, commonly known as a credit card, to make purchases on behalf of the commission in the same manner checking accounts and checks are currently authori...
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2017-11-30
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#35B22-0333EngrossedAs introduced, this bill enables advanced practice registered nurses to sign, certify, stamp, or endorse all documents related to healthcare within their scope of practice.
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2017-11-07
First Reading CC
#36B22-0336EngrossedAs introduced, this bill designates the alley bounded by the 200 blocks of 2nd and 3rd Streets S.E., and the 200 blocks of C Street and Pennsylvania Avenue, S.E., in Ward 6, as Lincoln Court.
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2017-11-07
First Reading CC
#37B22-0335EngrossedAs introduced, this bill lifts the moratorium regarding full-service grocery stores and their ability to obtain a Class B retailer's license.
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2017-11-07
First Reading CC
#38B22-0352IntroducedAs 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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2017-10-24
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#39B22-0366IntroducedAs required, this bill requires an employer of a health professional to submit a written report, within 10 days, of any action taken against a health professional due to incompetence, mental or physical impairment, and unprofessional, illegal or unet...
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2017-10-25
Public Hearing Held
#40PR22-0412IntroducedGrimke School Disposition Approval Resolution Of 2017
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2017-11-07
Final Reading CC
#41PR22-0411IntroducedGrimke School Surplus Declaration And Approval Resolution Of 2017
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2017-11-07
Final Reading CC
#42B22-0381IntroducedAs introduced, this bill authorizes the Mayor or Mayor's designee to compel the production of ownership records by subpoena after a finding of ten housing code violations in a single housing unit or thirty-five violations in a single building.
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2017-11-09
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#43B22-0405IntroducedAs 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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2017-11-09
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#44B22-0410IntroducedAs introduced, this bill requires the Director of the Department of Motor Vehicles to implement an amnesty program for District residents who owe more than $1,000 for certain motor vehicle violations. The bill would require the resident to pay 60% of...
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2017-10-27
Public Hearing Held
#45B22-0416PassedPublic School Nurse Assignment Temporary Amendment Act Of 2017
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2017-10-27
Act A22-0151 Published in DC Register Vol 64 and Page 10738
#46B22-0430PassedGeneral Obligation Bonds And Bond Anticipation Notes For Fiscal Years 2018-2023 Temporary Act Of 2017
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2017-10-30
Transmitted to Congress, Projected Law Date is December 16, 2017
#47B22-0428IntroducedAs introduced, this bill authorizes the District to issue general obligation bonds or bond anticipation notes to finance planned capital projects and, as necessary, refund existing debt during fiscal years 2018 through 2023, not to exceed $4.2 billio...
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2017-11-15
Committee Report Filed
#48PR22-0435PassedCollective Bargaining Agreement Between The Washington Teachers' Union, Local #6 Of The American Federal Of Teachers And The District Of Columbia Public Schools Emergency Approval Resolution Of 2017
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2017-10-24
Approved with Resolution Number R22-0251
#49B22-0464IntroducedAs introduced, this bill authorizes the Mayor and the Council to make appointments to the Washington Metrorail Safety Commission Board of Directors.
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2017-11-15
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#50B22-0451IntroducedAs 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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2017-10-26
Public Hearing Held
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