Delaware Representative Daniel Short [R]

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DEHB300Intro
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This Act requires that all assisted living facilities that are not subject to CMS regulations maintain accreditation from an independent accrediting organization approved by the Department of Health and Social Services, that assisted living facilitie...
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2024-02-26
To House Health & Human Development Committee
DESB215Intro
25%
This Act requires the Department of Health and Social Services to inspect long-term care facilities on an annual basis.
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2024-02-26
To Senate Health & Social Services Committee
DESB216Intro
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This Act increases the civil penalties for violations of the statutes in Title 16, Chapter 11 related to Long Term Care Facilities and the regulations adopted pursuant to it. For violations that the Department determines pose a serious threat to the ...
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2024-02-26
To Senate Health & Social Services Committee
DESB217Intro
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This Act creates a professional loan-to-grant incentive program to encourage Delawareans to pursue careers in nursing at long-term care facilities. Funding for the incentive program is to be appropriated annually by the General Assembly, in an amount...
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2024-02-26
To Senate Education Committee
DEHB106Enroll
75%
This Act codifies the Motorcycle Rider Education Advisory Committee (Committee). The Committee must meet at least quarterly to monitor the Motorcycle Rider Education Program and assess the future needs of and recommend improvements to the Program.
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2024-01-25
Passed By House. Votes: 37 YES 4 ABSENT
DEHB310Intro
25%
The United States Space Force was established on December 20, 2019 as part of the National Defense Authorization Act. The Space Force became the 6th branch of the United States Armed Forces. This Act inserts the Space Force in those sections of the D...
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2024-01-25
To House Veterans Affairs Committee
DESCR111Engross
50%
This Senate Concurrent Resolution recognizes February 4, 2024, as "USO Day" in the State of Delaware and honors USO Delaware for its important and inspiring work supporting military members and their families.
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2024-01-25
Passed In House by Voice Vote
DESB172Engross
50%
Section 1 of this Act makes a pattern or practice of violations by a landlord of a Manufactured Home Community of subchapters I through V of Chapter 70 of Title 25 of the Delaware Code, or a provision of a rental agreement, an unlawful practice under...
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2024-01-24
To House Appropriations Committee
DESB202Engross
50%
For claims for line of duty death benefits for covered persons, which include police officers, firefighters, auxiliary and volunteer ambulance and rescue company members, paramedics, and others, submitted on July 1, 2023, and thereafter, this Act inc...
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2024-01-24
To House Economic Development/Banking/Insurance & Commerce Committee
DEHB279Intro
25%
This Act allows school employees up to 5 days of bereavement leave under the same circumstances as permitted for state employees.
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2024-01-24
Reported Out of Committee (Education) in House with 2 Favorable, 9 On Its Merits
DEHB91Enroll
75%
This Act creates a new offense of Aggravated Criminal Mischief with enhanced penalties (class D felony) applicable when an individual knowingly damages or tampers with critical utility infrastructure intending to disrupt utility services. In recent y...
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2024-01-23
Passed By House. Votes: 39 YES 1 NO 1 ABSENT
DEHB122Enroll
75%
This Act updates and streamlines the State Nutrient Management Program within the Department of Agriculture. It expands and clarifies information required to be included in the Nutrient Management Plan, including, among other things:
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2024-01-18
Passed By Senate. Votes: 20 YES 1 ABSENT
DESB183Engross
50%
The Delaware National Guard is in need of military judges and wants to use qualified military judges who are retired from the Delaware National Guard.
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2024-01-17
To House Veterans Affairs Committee
DEHB287Intro
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This act requires that an owner be reimbursed up to $1,500 annually for veterinary care expenses paid by the owner for the care of a law-enforcement canine retired from a police department of a political subdivision of the State of Delaware.
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2024-01-17
To House Health & Human Development Committee
DESCR104Engross
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This Concurrent Resolution recognizes January 9, 2024, as "Law Enforcement Appreciation Day" in the State of Delaware.
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2024-01-10
Passed In House by Voice Vote
DEHCR80Enroll
75%
This concurrent resolution expresses the State of Delaware General Assemblys concern for the loss of life in the Israel-Hamas war and calls on the legislature and the citizens of Delaware to recognize our common humanity and the shared strength of ou...
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2024-01-09
Passed By Senate. Votes: 17 YES 3 NOT VOTING 1 ABSENT
DEHB272Intro
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This act prohibits persons from receiving compensation for advising or assisting with veterans' benefits earned by serving our nation in the military. This bill would not prohibit persons or business entities from receiving compensation for advic...
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2024-01-04
To House Economic Development/Banking/Insurance & Commerce Committee
DEHB269Intro
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This is the first leg of a constitutional amendment creating a "Crossover Day" deadline for each House of the General Assembly to send legislation over to the other House. The annual budget appropriation act, grants-in-aid act, bond and cap...
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2024-01-04
To House Administration Committee
DEHB82PassThis Act requires the Department of Elections to biennially mail a notice to all registered voters informing the registrant of their polling place and containing the following additional information: a brief description of all available methods of vo...
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2023-09-11
Signed by Governor
DEHB156PassThis Act establishes the comprehensive framework for the regulation of pet insurance transacted in Delaware. The Act reflects the adoption of the National Association of Insurance Commissioners Pet Insurance Model Act, with adjustments made to confor...
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2023-08-31
Signed by Governor
DESB87PassThis Act is a substitute for Senate Bill No. 87. Like Senate Bill No. 87, this Act does the following:
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2023-08-22
Signed by Governor
DESB129PassThe Act updates the Delaware Code concerning animal shelter standards and treatment of animals in shelters to reflect best practices, which are currently already being followed by most shelters. The Act also fills in gaps in existing law, such as by ...
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2023-08-17
Signed by Governor
DESB176PassThis Act requires that an owner be reimbursed up to $1,500 annually for veterinary care expenses paid by the owner for the care of a retired law-enforcement canine.
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2023-08-10
Signed by Governor
DESB117PassThis Act authorizes paramedics and other EMS providers to provide medical care to police dogs injured at the scene of an emergency. This Act also grants civil immunity to paramedics and other EMS providers who provide medical services to police dogs,...
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2023-08-10
Signed by Governor
DEHB219PassThis Act expands eligibility for the investment and employment credit against corporation income tax available under 30 Del. C. § 2011 to the operators of climate-controlled fruit or vegetable growing facilities with at least 400,000 square feet of ...
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2023-08-03
Signed by Governor
DESB111PassThis bill clarifies and confirms that utilities and farm customers may enter into contracts, such as power supply agreements, that specify how Excess kWh Credits will be applied at the end of an annual billing period.
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2023-07-27
Signed by Governor
DEHB107PassThis bill authorizes the City of Seaford to incur short or long-term debt for state or federal revolving loan funds for critical water, sewer, stormwater, or wastewater treatment facilities or projects from state or federal revolving loan funds witho...
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2023-07-25
Signed by Governor
DEHB123Engross
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This act would require the Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control to obtain the consent of the General Assembly before promulgating any regulations restricting the sale of fuel-powered cars, trucks, and SUVs in Delaware. This Act d...
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2023-07-21
To Senate Environment, Energy & Transportation Committee
DEHB242Engross
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This legislation is an attempt to strike a balance between the need to protect hospital staff, hospital patients, and the public from harm during a State of Emergency, pandemic, or infectious disease outbreak with the expectation that patients should...
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2023-07-21
To Senate Health & Social Services Committee
DEHB121FailThis bill would allow the City of Seaford to authorize artificial entities, limited liability corporations' partnerships, and trusts to vote in Municipal elections held in Seaford following the principle of "one person/entity/one vote".
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2023-07-21
To Senate Executive Committee
DEHB72PassThis bill raises the public bidding thresholds for procurement of goods, contractual services, professional services and public works contracts by county governments to match the bidding thresholds set forth by the State of Delawares Contracting and ...
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2023-07-21
Signed by Governor
DEHB26PassThis Act provides state employees 30, rather than 15, days of paid leave per year to attend training camp or serve special duty as ordered by the military reserves or Delaware National Guard.
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2023-07-17
Signed by Governor
DEHB262Intro
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This Act permits wine producers holding a valid license within this State or another state to obtain a license and ship wine directly to Delaware consumers so long as it is done through a common carrier with a carrier permit. This Act requires that w...
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2023-07-07
To House Economic Development/Banking/Insurance & Commerce Committee
DEHB259Intro
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This Act facilitates the interstate and intrastate shipping and delivery of alcoholic liquors.
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2023-07-07
To House Economic Development/Banking/Insurance & Commerce Committee
DEHB109PassFrequently, driver license applicants over the age of 18 require more than six (6) months practice time behind the wheel and to prepare for the skills exam. By providing the permit for a total of one (1) year, it will eliminate the need to request th...
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2023-06-30
Signed by Governor
DEHB144PassThis Act increases the number of members of a limited liability corporation who are eligible for exemption from workers compensation reimbursement from four to eight, making the number equal to the number of officers in a traditional corporation who ...
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2023-06-30
Signed by Governor
DEHB120PassSpeeding is a contributing factor in many serious injury motor vehicle crashes and roadway fatalities. This Act adds operating a motor vehicle at a speed of 90 miles an hour or more to the definition of reckless driving.
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2023-06-30
Signed by Governor
DEHB215FailSection 1 of this bill moves the date of primary elections for statewide office, county office, and municipal office to the fourth Tuesday in April, which is the date of the presidential primary (in presidential election years). The dates for submitt...
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2023-06-30
Defeated By Senate. Votes: 3 NO 18 NOT VOTING
DEHB111PassThis Act increases the length of time for a valid temporary tag from 60 days to 90 days. This Act also adds a new provision requiring temporary tags be issued through a temporary tag system, approved by the Division of Motor Vehicles, to further redu...
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2023-06-30
Signed by Governor
DESB86PassCurrently, every adult operating or riding as a passenger on a motorcycle is required to have a helmet in their possession and wear eye protection while operating or riding a motorcycle and every person up to 19 years of age must wear a helmet and ey...
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2023-06-30
Signed by Governor
DESB89PassThis Bill allows for the use of green lights on state owned and operated snow removal equipment and vehicles during winter weather operations. Studies have shown green lights are more visible to the traveling public during winter weather conditions.
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2023-06-30
Signed by Governor
DEHB94PassThe expectation for speed enforcement, under Delaware's Motor Vehicle statute, are Delaware's law enforcement agencies. It is not always possible for law enforcement officers to effectively enforce the speed limitations due to a number of fac...
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2023-06-30
Signed by Governor
DEHB92PassThis Act requires drivers to change lanes or reduce their speed while approaching a stationary vehicle displaying warning signals, including vehicle hazard warning lights, road flares, traffic cones, cautions signs, or any non-vehicular warning signs...
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2023-06-30
Signed by Governor
DEHB146PassThis bill increases the assessments charged to insurance companies to fund the increased costs of the operation of the Fraud Prevention Bureau.
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2023-06-29
Signed by Governor
DEHCR61Engross
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This resolution encourages support for the counties of this State in their effort to research and study the needs and finances of the volunteer fire services and paid ambulance entities of the State of Delaware.
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2023-06-29
Passed By Senate. Votes: 21 YES
DEHB251Intro
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This is the first leg of a constitutional amendment to protect our communities from gun violence.
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2023-06-28
To House Administration Committee
DEHB119Engross
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Delaware is one of five states that does not have an open container law, which is in direct violation of federal regulations. This Bill bans open containers of alcoholic beverages in motor vehicles and provides a civil penalty for an offense. A viola...
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2023-06-28
To Senate Corrections & Public Safety Committee
DEHB63PassThis bill allows pensioners to earn $50,000 (instead of $40,000) before incurring a $1.00 deduction to their state pension for every $2.00 earned over that amount.
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2023-06-27
Signed by Governor
DESB71PassThis Act requires law-enforcement agencies, the Department of Services for Children, Youth and Their Families, and the Department of Justice to report suspected animal cruelty to the Office of Animal Welfare that is discovered while performing their ...
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2023-06-27
Signed by Governor
DESB70PassThis Act adds the following acts against a person's companion animal or service animal to the definition of abuse for protection from abuse proceedings:
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2023-06-27
Signed by Governor
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