DE Legislation | 2019-2020 | 150th General Assembly | Introduced

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SB160IntroThis Act makes it unlawful to cause yard waste to be swept, raked, blown, or otherwise placed in a roadway.
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2019-09-06
Stricken in Senate
HB275IntroThis bill permits the owner of a beer garden or food establishment to permit leashed dogs on licensed outdoor patios of food establishments and in beer gardens.
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2019-08-30
To House Administration Committee
SB177IntroThis amendment brings into conformity the provisions of Title 21 with those of Title 14 relating to the revocation of a students driving privileges when he or she is expelled from a public school. Prior amendments to Title 14, Section 4130 and Title ...
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2019-07-31
To Senate Transportation Committee
SB152IntroThis Act amends Delawares laws regarding release of persons accused of crimes (Chapter 21 of Title 11 of the Delaware Code) as required in conjunction with the adoption of Senate Bill No. 151, which proposes a constitutional amendment to permit preve...
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2019-07-31
To Senate Judicial Committee
SB186IntroThis Act clarifies that the immunity provided for furnishing information about suspected fraud applies even if no investigation, action, or penalty results from the information furnished.
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2019-07-31
To Senate Banking, Business & Insurance Committee
SB176IntroThis Act clarifies the circumstances in which it is appropriate to grant a person a driver education learners permit and what is required for a person to obtain a driver education learners permit.
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2019-07-31
Amendment SA 1 to SB 176 - Introduced and Placed With Bill
SB40IntroDelawares existing Criminal Code was adopted in 1973 and was based on the Model Penal Code. Since that time, the Criminal Code has quadrupled in size and expanded to other parts of the Code without consideration to the general effects of the change o...
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2019-07-31
To Senate Judicial Committee
SB182IntroThis Act makes the following changes related to traffic control devices erected on order of the Secretary of the Department of Transportation (Secretary) limiting the size and weight of vehicles and loads permitted on a specific highway:
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2019-07-31
To Senate Transportation Committee
SB52IntroDelawares existing Criminal Code was adopted in 1973 and was based on the Model Penal Code. Since that time, the Criminal Code has quadrupled in size and provisions related to crimes expanded to other parts of the Code without consideration to the ge...
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2019-07-31
To Senate Judicial Committee
SB174IntroThis Act allows special investigators with the Department of Services for Children, Youth and Their Families to make arrests and render assistance to other police officers.
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2019-07-31
To Senate Judicial Committee
SB151IntroThis Act is the first leg of a constitutional amendment that modernizes the Delaware Constitutions bail provision and clarifies the power of the General Assembly and the Courts to define certain felony offenses for which, or circumstances under which...
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2019-07-31
To Senate Executive Committee
SB179IntroTitle 9, Chapter 21 of the Delaware Code provides, upon the petition of a majority of property owners of any unincorporated community or village in New Castle County, that New Castle County Council may enter into a contract with any electric, gas, or...
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2019-07-31
To Senate Transportation Committee
SB184IntroThis Act clarifies Delawares driving under the influence (DUI) law related to intensive inpatient or outpatient drug and alcohol treatment for felony DUI offenders. The current law has resulted in differing interpretations regarding treatment; specif...
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2019-07-31
To Senate Transportation Committee
SB181IntroThis Substitute Act modifies the Renewable Energy Portfolio Standards Act to do all of the following:
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2019-07-31
To Senate Energy Committee
SB185IntroThis Act clarifies the rules for driving on Delaware roadways. It mandates the general rule that drivers operate vehicles in the right-most lane subject to some exceptions. It also mandates that, on the limited access portions of Route 1 only (curren...
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2019-07-31
To Senate Transportation Committee
HB259IntroThis bill would allow Delaware residents two new deductions from personal income tax. The first is a deduction from taxable income of up to $2,500 for contributions to a 529 College Savings Plan. The second is a deduction from taxable income of up to...
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2019-06-30
To House Revenue & Finance Committee
HR18IntroThis House Resolution recognizes the importance of Holocaust education because teaching the causes, symptoms, and lessons learned from the Holocaust and other genocides provides a context to learn about the dangers of hatred going unchallenged and in...
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2019-06-30
Passed In House by Voice Vote
HB258IntroThis bill allows the Department of Correction to implement prison nurseries, which would allow women inmates that give birth during their time incarcerated the option of raising their infant up to the age of 18 months. Studies have shown that prison ...
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2019-06-30
Reported Out of Committee (Corrections) in House with 5 On Its Merits
HB257IntroThis bill establishes a health care provider loan repayment program for qualifying primary care clinicians to be administered by the Delaware Health Care Commission. Under the loan repayment program, the Health Care Commission may grant education loa...
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2019-06-30
To House Health & Human Development Committee
HB261IntroThis bill requires the appointed receiver or custodian to itemize and make public a complete list of costs incurred.
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2019-06-30
To House Judiciary Committee
HB49IntroThis bill changes the earned income tax credit from nonrefundable to refundable. For tax year 2020 and thereafter, the rate of the credit is in the amount of 5.9 %.
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2019-06-30
Stricken in House
SB129IntroThis Act exempts a number of nonprofit corporations from property taxation or assessment by a county or other political subdivision of the State.
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2019-06-30
Stricken in Senate
HB254IntroThis act will allow a critical need reimbursement to be distributed directly to an institute of higher education or Secretary of Education approved Alternative Routes to Teacher Licensure and Certification program for an eligible teacher who is takin...
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2019-06-27
To House Education Committee
HR16IntroThis House Resolution recognizes June 2019 as Post-Traumatic Stress Injury Month and June 27, 2019, as Post-Traumatic Stress Injury Day, and encourages State agencies to continue their work educating victims of assault or abuse, combat, serious accid...
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2019-06-27
Passed In House by Voice Vote
HB251IntroThis bill clarifies that the definition of employees who receive gratuities also includes employees that receive tips, that these employees must earn at least 50% of their income from tips or gratuities, and that the tips must come directly from cust...
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2019-06-27
To House Economic Development/Banking/Insurance & Commerce Committee
HCR58IntroThis concurrent resolution encourages the Department of Education to establish RAVE security systems in all public and charter schools.
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2019-06-27
Passed In House by Voice Vote
HR17IntroThis resolution celebrates the landmark 40th anniversary of the enactment of the Taiwan Relations Act, supports Taiwans signing of a Bilateral Trade Agreement with the United States, reaffirms support for Taiwans meaningful participation and contribu...
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2019-06-27
Passed In House by Voice Vote
HB252IntroThe minimum wage for employees who receive tips or gratuities has not changed since 1983, when the overall state minimum wage was $3.35 per hour. Tipped wage workers at that time were paid a percentage 66.67% of the minimum wage, which was $2.23 pe...
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2019-06-27
To House Economic Development/Banking/Insurance & Commerce Committee
HCR56IntroThis resolution establishes the Interagency Fines and Fees Task Force to study and make findings and recommendations on the impact court-imposed fines and fees have on defendants and the imposition and collection of court-imposed fines and fees.
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2019-06-27
Passed In House by Voice Vote
HB256IntroThis bill requires criminal background checks for any current or prospective employees, contractors, and volunteers of the Division of Health and Social Services that visit families in their homes and in the community or have regular, direct access t...
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2019-06-27
To House Health & Human Development Committee
SB145IntroThis Act enhances 2 existing agricultural horse racing programs, the Delaware Standardbred Breeder's Program and the Delaware Certified Thoroughbred program, by providing additional funding. Under this Act, horsemen provide half of the additional...
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2019-06-27
To Senate Finance Committee
HB147IntroCurrently, a municipality other than the City of Wilmington must be granted the authority to impose a lodging tax by an amendment to the municipalitys charter through a special act of incorporation passed by the General Assembly. This Act authorizes ...
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2019-06-27
Amendment HA 1 to HB 147 - Stricken in House
SB171IntroThis Act establishes a new subchapter of Title 16 regulating urgent care facilities. It requires such facilities, existing and new, to obtain a license from DHSS, which requires the urgent care facility to either be accredited by an approved accredit...
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2019-06-27
Amendment SA 1 to SB 171 - Introduced and Placed With Bill
HB253IntroIn addition to criminal background checks that are to be done upon application, this bill further permits SBI to release subsequent criminal histories of any individuals applying to public and private schools, including substitute teachers, and indiv...
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2019-06-27
To House Health & Human Development Committee
HR15IntroThis Resolution directs the Department of Transportation to make improvements to the administrative process of the collection of toll violations.
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2019-06-26
Passed In House by Voice Vote
HB170IntroThis Act increases the age requirement for compulsory school attendance in Delaware from 16 to 18 years of age. The age increase is phased in over a 2-year period; accordingly, there is a 1-year interim period where the compulsory school attendance a...
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2019-06-26
Reported Out of Committee (Education) in House with 1 Favorable, 9 On Its Merits
HB249IntroThis Act incorporates a grandfather provision into the definition of resident such that a claimant for a tax exemption who is at least 65 years of age and who was domiciled in the State of Delaware by December 31, 2018, upon reaching their 3-year ann...
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2019-06-25
To House Housing & Community Affairs Committee
HB248IntroThis bill creates a Delaware personal income tax credit, not to exceed $500 per year per individual for interest paid on student loans.
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2019-06-25
To House Revenue & Finance Committee
HB80IntroSections 1 and 2 of this Act raise the eligibility age, from 60 to 65 in one-year increments over a five-year period, for the up to $12,500 retirement income exclusion and the extra $110 age-based personal credit. Anyone eligible for these age-based ...
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2019-06-21
Amendment HA 4 to HB 80 - Introduced and Placed With Bill
SB163IntroThe Department of Health and Human Services (DHSS) was established in 1970 by legislative enactment with a broad and crucial mandate: to supervise the health, wellbeing, and life of Delaware citizens. In the decades since, the population of Delaware ...
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2019-06-20
To Senate Elections, Government & Community Affairs Committee
SB136IntroThe purpose of the Bill is to protect farmers and ranchers from nuisance lawsuits filed by individuals who inhabit areas where agricultural operations lawfully exist, and who exercise nuisance actions to attempt to stop operation and production. This...
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2019-06-20
Reported Out of Committee (Agriculture) in Senate with 4 On Its Merits
HB134IntroThis Act changes the term of a school board member from 5 years to 3 years and adds the requirement that each school board member is paid $100 per meeting attended by the Department of Education
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2019-06-20
Amendment HA 2 to HB 134 - Introduced and Placed With Bill
HR13IntroRecognizing June 2019 As Amateur Radio Month In Delaware.
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2019-06-20
Passed In House by Voice Vote
HB243IntroThis Act allows registered qualifying patients and registered designated caregivers to grow limited amounts of medical marijuana if the following requirements are met:
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2019-06-20
To House Public Safety & Homeland Security Committee
HB244IntroThis bill will allow marinas in Sussex County to sell gasoline that does not contain ethanol. Sussex County comfortably meets the National Ambient Air Quality Standard for ground level ozone, and removing ethanol from marine fuel will have no signifi...
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2019-06-20
To House Economic Development/Banking/Insurance & Commerce Committee
HB245IntroThis bill creates licensing for recovery housing, which is housing for individuals recovering from substance use disorders that provides a safe and supportive substance-free environment and that may include peer support and other recovery support ser...
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2019-06-20
To House Housing & Community Affairs Committee
HB175IntroThis Act allows any qualified voter evidencing a desire to vote by mail in writing to the State Elections Commission to vote by mail in primary, general, and special federal elections. The State Elections Commission shall administer the program, crea...
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2019-06-20
To House Appropriations Committee
HB10IntroUnited States Supreme Court case law and scientific research has changed how we think about juvenile delinquency. We know now that an adolescents brain is not fully developed until the mid-twenties which makes juveniles especially prone to poor decis...
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2019-06-19
Reported Out of Committee (Judiciary) in House with 6 On Its Merits
HB75IntroThis Act clarifies that the Department of Services for Children, Youth and Their Families (DSCYF) has exclusive jurisdiction over a juvenile's care, custody, and control for any juvenile until at least their 18th birthday. Further, this Act stipu...
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2019-06-19
Reported Out of Committee (Judiciary) in House with 6 On Its Merits
HB233IntroThis Act expands the definition of prescription drug order to include electronic prescribing and makes Gabapentin a Schedule V controlled substance. Gabapentin is a prescription medication which is used to treat partial seizures and neuropathic pain....
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2019-06-19
Reported Out of Committee (Health & Human Development) in House with 7 On Its Merits
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