DE Legislation | 2017-2018 | 149th General Assembly | Enrolled

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SCR8EnrollThis Resolution designates April 6 2017 "American Legion Auxiliary Day" in the state of Delaware.
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2017-04-05
Introduced in Senate
HB111EnrollThis bill changes the number of live music events required for an entity to be a qualified concert hall for purposes of alcohol licensing. Previously a concert hall was required to hold at least 250 live music events per year and be open at least 5 d...
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2017-03-30
To House Economic Development/Banking/Insurance/Commerce Committee
SB44EnrollThis Bill clarifies that every prescriber holding a controlled substance registration must be registered with the Prescription Monitoring Program. Further, prescribers who receive a CSR (controlled substances registration) for the first time must reg...
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2017-03-30
[Hearing: May 3 @ 4:00 pm]
To Senate Health, Children & Social Services Committee
SB45EnrollThis Bill adds 3,4-dichloro-N-[2-(dimethylamino)cyclohexyl]-N-methylbenzamide (U-47700) to Schedule I of the Uniform Controlled Substances Act. U-47700, also known as Pink, is a synthetic opioid recently encountered by law enforcement and public heal...
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2017-03-30
[Hearing: May 3 @ 4:00 pm]
To Senate Health, Children & Social Services Committee
HB105EnrollThis Act clarifies that the Director of the Office of Management and Budget has the authority to deposit Special Fund balances into the General Fund as a measure to control agency expenditures.
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2017-03-28
To House Appropriations Committee
SB41EnrollIn an effort to reduce overdose deaths relating to the growing epidemic of opioid addiction, this Act requires carriers to provide coverage for medically necessary inpatient treatment of alcohol and drug dependencies and prohibits carriers from impos...
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2017-03-23
To Senate Banking, Business & Insurance Committee
SB42EnrollThis Act permits individuals to add their resident minor child and foster child to their existing motor vehicle insurance policies as additional drivers.
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2017-03-23
To Senate Banking, Business & Insurance Committee
SB46EnrollThis legislation modernizes Delaware's Self-Service Storage Facility Act to account for the wide proliferation of online news and auction sites, as well as to establish frameworks for: (1) towing of certain property for which rent and other charg...
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2017-03-23
To Senate Banking, Business & Insurance Committee
SB40EnrollThis legislation adopts the NAICs Corporate Governance Annual Disclosure Model Act, and requires Delaware-domiciled insurers to provide to the Commissioner on an annual basis a summary of the insurers or insurance groups corporate governance structur...
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2017-03-23
To Senate Banking, Business & Insurance Committee
HB84EnrollThis bill provides that civil violations or penalties under subchapters IV and V of Delawares Uniform Controlled Substances Act in Title 16 are included as offenses whereby a $15 penalty is assessed for the Fund to Combat Violent Crimes.
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2017-03-21
To House Judiciary Committee
SB25EnrollThis Act is the second leg of a Constitutional amendment to lengthen the time period during which the Governor must appoint a judicial officer following the occurrence of a vacancy, thereby giving the Governor and State Senate more flexibility in the...
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2017-03-16
To Senate Executive Committee
HB82EnrollSections 1-4 clarify the type of supervised experience applicants are required to obtain in order to be qualified for licensure and eliminates the requirement that reciprocal applicants be certified by a national organization prior to being qualified...
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2017-03-16
To House Administration Committee
SB31EnrollThis bill allows a hunter to use a handgun in lieu of a shotgun on farms permitted by DNREC through their Deer depredation programs to reduce agricultural crop damage.
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2017-03-16
To Senate Environmental, Natural Resources & Energy Committee
HB66EnrollSection 1 of this Act provides that the statute of limitations period for a substantial underpayment of a license fee or gross receipts tax will commence at the end of the period for which the license is issued, in order to parallel the normal limita...
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2017-03-09
To House Revenue & Finance Committee
HB68EnrollThis bill amends the Charter of the City of Delaware City. Section 1 aligns the City of Delaware Citys Charter Section 8-04 with the law of the State of Delaware, HB 395, by setting the maximum deadline for registration at 30 days prior to a municipa...
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2017-03-09
To House Administration Committee
SB21EnrollThis bill vests the authority for regulating seed in Delaware with the Delaware Department of Agriculture and repeals any inconsistent act or parts of acts.
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2017-01-26
To Senate Agriculture Committee
HB48EnrollThis bill fixes a drafting error in Senate Bill 198 of the 148th General Assembly that inadvertently made it harder for juveniles to get mandatory expungements by adding the term violent misdemeanor as an excepting factor that would prevent a youth f...
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2017-01-24
To House Judiciary Committee
HB51EnrollIn 2016, the Legislature provided a reimbursement for teachers employed in Delaware who had to pay the 1-time licensure fee. By using "teacher", we inadvertently excluded specialists including school media specialists, school counselors, sc...
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2017-01-24
To House Education Committee
SB17EnrollThis bill provides for research or transplantation of organs and other anatomical gifts as authorized under federal law among donors who have tested positive for exposure to HIV and intended recipients who have also tested positive for exposure to HI...
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2017-01-19
To Senate Health, Children & Social Services Committee
HB41EnrollIn the 148th General Assembly, the state employees' pension law was amended by House Bill No. 363, as amended by House Amendment No. 1 to House Bill No. 363, to permit specified peace officers to retire at 25 years without any reduction. Specifie...
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2017-01-18
To House Administration Committee
HB43EnrollThis bill clarifies that a Department of Correction's employee who has served for 25 years with at least 20 years as a correction officer is eligible to retire at 25 years.
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2017-01-18
To House Corrections Committee
HB34EnrollThis bill expands the list of persons eligible to participate in the Ada Leigh Soles Memorial Professional Librarian and Archivist Incentive Scholarship Program to include employees of non-public libraries in Delaware that join the Delaware Library C...
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2017-01-12
To House Education Committee
HB31EnrollThis bill authorizes the use of prize-linked savings accounts in the State of Delaware. These accounts have been used in a number of countries and several U.S. states to promote savings, especially among persons with low-income and first-time savers....
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2017-01-11
To House Economic Development/Banking/Insurance/Commerce Committee
HB15EnrollThis bill creates a requirement that all public high schools, including charter schools, shall offer at least one computer science course at the high school level by the 2020-2021 school year. Also, this bill creates a requirement that, by the 2018-2...
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2017-01-05
To House Education Committee
HB23EnrollThis Act requires that any student over the age of 16 who wishes to leave school prior to graduation must obtain the written consent of the parent or guardian, and attend an exit interview where information is supplied regarding the likelihood of dim...
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2017-01-05
To House Education Committee
HB13EnrollThis bill provides Statewide consistency in the law that protects the public from dangerous dogs and clarifies that dogs may not be held potentially dangerous or dangerous for animal control enforcement or for purposes of criminal liability based sol...
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2016-12-15
To House Health & Human Development Committee
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