Delaware Representative Melissa Minor-Brown [D]

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DESB207Engross
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This Act eliminates the sunset provision contained in Chapter 170, Volume 84 of the Laws of Delaware related to xylazine.
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2024-01-25
Passed By Senate. Votes: 21 YES
DEHB267Engross
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This Act prohibits the Family Court from imposing a sentence of incarceration or ordering the suspension of a persons license for failure to pay court-ordered child support unless it finds that the failure to pay is wilful and not due to an inability...
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2024-01-25
To Senate Judiciary Committee
DESB225Intro
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This Bill is the Fiscal Year 2025 Appropriations Act.
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2024-01-25
To Senate Finance Committee
DESB226Intro
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This Act appropriates $91,776,567 to provide one-time funded projects through the Office of Management and Budget.
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2024-01-25
To Senate Finance Committee
DEHB325Intro
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This Bill is the Fiscal Year 2025 Bond and Capital Improvements Act.
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2024-01-25
To House Capital Infrastructure Committee
DESCR113Engross
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This Concurrent Resolution honors and recognizes the leadership and achievements of African Americans and urges the celebration of Black History Month.
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2024-01-25
Passed In House by Voice Vote
DEHCR82Engross
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This concurrent resolution designates January 21-27, 2024 as Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists' (CRNA) Week in the State of Delaware.
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2024-01-24
Passed By Senate. Votes: 21 YES
DEHCR83Engross
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This concurrent resolution designates the week of February 11-17, 2024, as Children of Alcoholics Week and calls upon Delawareans to break the silence and talk to their family and friends about alcoholism.
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2024-01-24
Passed By Senate. Votes: 20 YES 1 ABSENT
DEHB162Engross
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House Bill 162 authorizes the process of natural organic reduction to be used in this State. Natural organic reduction is the gentle, respectful process that accelerates the decomposition of human remains to soil. This process uses large vessels to h...
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2024-01-23
To Senate Health & Social Services Committee
DEHCR79Engross
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This concurrent resolution hereby designates January 23, 2024 as Maternal Health Awareness Day in the State of Delaware.
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2024-01-23
Passed By Senate. Votes: 15 YES 6 NOT VOTING
DESB195Intro
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The Delaware Medical Orders for Scope of Treatment DMOST was enacted in 2016 under HB 64 (148th). The DMOST form allows Delawareans to plan ahead for health-care decisions, express their wishes in writing, and both enable and obligate health care pro...
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2024-01-17
To Senate Finance Committee
DEHB263Intro
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This Act prohibits local education agencies and charter schools from prohibiting a student from participating in a school sponsored extracurricular activity on the basis the student has an outstanding debt for unpaid school meals.
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2024-01-17
Reported Out of Committee (Education) in House with 5 Favorable, 10 On Its Merits
DEHCR78Engross
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This Concurrent Resolution provides for a Joint Session of the House of Representatives and the Senate to be convened for the purpose of hearing an address by the Honorable John C. Carney, Governor of the State of Delaware.
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2024-01-17
Passed By Senate. Votes: 20 YES 1 ABSENT
DEHB288Intro
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This Act changes the name of the Division of Research to the "Division of Legislative Services" (Division) to more fully reflect the tasks that the Division performs. In addition to legislative research, the Division's tasks include dra...
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2024-01-17
To House Administration Committee
DESB106Enroll
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This Act modernizes and expands the concept of maternal mental health by replacing the definition of maternal depression with the more encompassing definition of perinatal mood and anxiety disorder. This Act contemplates treatment for any caregiver w...
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2024-01-11
Passed By House. Votes: 36 YES 1 NO 4 ABSENT
DEHB235PassThis bill changes the time a holder of a license for the sale of alcoholic liquor for on-premises consumption may sell alcohol from 9:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m.
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2024-01-11
Signed by Governor
DESB122Enroll
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This Act authorizes the Office of the Child Advocate and Office of the Investigation Coordinator to provide child victim data and information to the Office of Investigative Services during presentence investigations of defendants convicted of felony ...
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2024-01-11
Passed By House. Votes: 37 YES 4 ABSENT
DESB121Enroll
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This Act codifies that the Child Protection Accountability Commission, in conjunction with the Department of Services for Children, Youth, and their Families, is responsible for developing, maintaining, and conducting child abuse mandatory reporting,...
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2024-01-11
Passed By House. Votes: 38 YES 3 ABSENT
DESCR107Engross
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This Senate Concurrent Resolution honors and recognizes the leadership, achievements, and sacrifices of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and urges all citizens of the First State to participate fittingly in the observance of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Da...
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2024-01-11
Passed In House by Voice Vote
DESCR105Engross
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This Concurrent Resolution extends the reporting date of the Victims Bill of Rights Committee from January 15, 2024 to March 1, 2024.
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2024-01-10
Passed In House by Voice Vote
DESB4Intro
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This Act is a substitute for Senate Bill No. 4. Like Senate Bill No. 4 this Act does the following:
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2024-01-09
To Senate Finance Committee
DEHCR80Enroll
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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
DESB2Engross
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This Act is a substitute for Senate Bill No. 2. Like Senate Bill No. 2 this Act does all of the following:
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2024-01-04
Amendment HA 2 to SS 1 - Introduced and Placed With Bill
DEHB281Intro
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This Act repeals the option of providing health care insurance to state pensioners under Medicare part C, known as a Medicare Advantage Plan.
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2024-01-04
To House Administration Committee
DEHB282Intro
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This Act adds procedural requirements to meetings of the State Employee Benefits Committee (SEBC), revises the membership of the SEBC, and requires that the Secretary of the Department of Human Resources inform State employees and retired State emplo...
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2024-01-04
To House Administration Committee
DEHB274Intro
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Early, sustained exposure to peanut and egg proteins in the infant diet significantly reduces the risk that an infant will develop a peanut or egg allergy, saving lives and future health care costs. Following multiple clinical studies, the current gu...
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2024-01-04
To House Economic Development/Banking/Insurance & Commerce Committee
DEHB275Intro
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This Act updates the definition of "sexual orientation" throughout the Delaware Code by adding asexuality and pansexuality. Asexuality refers to individuals with little to no sexual attraction to other individuals, although asexual individu...
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2023-12-14
To House Administration Committee
DESB141PassThis Act establishes updated, detailed standards for the practice of hearing aid dispensing. Definitions are added to specify that the standards and requirements pertaining hearing aid dispensing apply to prescription hearing aids only and not to ove...
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2023-09-21
Signed by Governor
DESB123PassThis Act provides that any adult day care facility required to be licensed under Chapter 1 of Title 16 is subject to the existing reporting obligations for facilities under Subchapter III of Chapter 11 of Title 16 of the Delaware Code.
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2023-09-21
Signed by Governor
DEHB185PassThis legislation prioritizes recruitment and retention of State employees by removing the 3-month waiting period for the state to pay its share of premium or subscription charges for health care coverage under § 5202 of Title 29 for benefit eligible...
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2023-09-21
Signed by Governor
DESB46PassAccording to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, an estimated 800,000 children are reported missing each year.
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2023-09-21
Signed by Governor
DESB125PassIn December 2022, the Code Revisors provided the General Assembly with a list of potential technical corrections that they identified as they revised the Delaware Code to reflect legislation that was enacted by the 151st General Assembly in 2022 or a...
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2023-09-21
Signed by Governor
DEHB193PassIn 2016, the General Assembly passed HB 404, the Concussion Protection in Youth Athletic Activities Act (CPYAAA). This Act clarifies the requirements of CPYAAA and enables the Division of Public Health, in consultation with the State Council for Pers...
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2023-09-21
Signed by Governor
DEHB118PassDue to continuing concerns over the negative health effects secondhand smoke will have on the youth of Delaware, this bill adds Smoking Restrictions within vehicles if a person under the age of eighteen (18) is in the vehicle. Also, it makes clear th...
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2023-09-20
Signed by Governor
DESB43PassThis Act is a substitute for Senate Bill No. 43. Both this Act and SB 43 add additional State facilities and categories of establishments to § 787 of Title 11 which would be required to display public awareness signs about human trafficking. The add...
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2023-09-14
Signed by Governor
DEHB154PassThis bill creates the Delaware Personal Data Privacy Act. The Act delineates a consumers personal data rights and provides that residents of this State will have the right to know what information is being collected about them, see the information, c...
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2023-09-11
Signed by Governor
DESB80PassSenate Bill No. 80 codifies the current practice in Delaware of not requiring proof of citizenship or a specific immigration status on an application for a professional license. By affirmatively providing eligibility for professional licenses regardl...
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2023-08-31
Signed by Governor
DEHB227PassThis Act makes various amendments to the Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Act to improve compliance with its testing and reporting requirements. First, this Act requires physicians to take a training program every 2 years relating to the provision...
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2023-08-31
Signed by Governor
DESB185PassThis Act extends the date that the requirements created by Senate Bill 283 in the 151st become effective to allow the Division of Professional Regulation more time to implement these requirements.
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2023-08-31
Signed by Governor
DESB98PassThis Act allows Dental Clinicians possessing a DDS or DMDS to participate in the Health Care Provider Loan Repayment grant program. The Act also extends the time in which providers may apply for a Health Care Provider Loan Repayment grant from six mo...
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2023-08-31
Signed by Governor
DEHB202PassThis Act limits those individuals who may possess a firearm at a polling place on an Election Day to the following: (1) law enforcement officers, (2) commissioned security guards acting in their official capacity, (3) constables acting in their offic...
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2023-08-18
Signed by Governor
DEHB201PassAs of April 4, 2023, 74 people have been killed or injured by guns in schools this year in 13 separate school shootings. School shootings hit a record high in 2022 with 46 shootings, surpassing 2021s record of 42 shootings. In 2022, 43,450 children e...
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2023-08-18
Signed by Governor
DESB165PassThis Act amends Chapter 25, Title 24 of the Delaware Code relating to the Practice of Pharmacy. The amendments authorize pharmacists to engage in collaborative pharmacy practice with one or more practitioners meaning individuals who are authorized by...
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2023-08-17
Signed by Governor
DESB92PassThis bill amends the Delaware Public Employment Relations Act by expanding the jurisdictional application of the Act to employers with less than 100 employees and as few as 25 employees.
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2023-08-17
Signed by Governor
DESB189PassThis Act adds xylazine and it isomers, esters, ethers, salts and salts of isomers, esters and ethers to Schedule III of the Delaware Uniform Controlled Substances Act and expands the authorization for the distribution of testing strips to determine t...
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2023-08-17
Signed by Governor
DEHB4PassThis Act is Nolans Law. The purpose of this legislation is to provide more behavioral health supports to school districts and charter schools in the aftermath of a school-connected traumatic event, which is defined as the death of any student, educat...
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2023-08-16
Signed by Governor
DEHB3PassAccording to a recent CDC survey, the COVID pandemic exacerbated an existing mental health crisis for students. One in 5 school aged children has a mental health condition, and 45% of children may have experienced a traumatic event. This bill provide...
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2023-08-16
Signed by Governor
DEHB160PassThe National Suicide Hotline Designation Act of 2020 established 988 as the universal phone number for "the national suicide prevention and mental health crisis hotline system operating through the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline." Thi...
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2023-08-16
Signed by Governor
DESB52PassThis Act directs the States current needle exchange program to take a needs-based approach.
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2023-08-09
Signed by Governor
DEHB80PassThis Act requires that doula services be covered by Medicaid in Delaware by January 1, 2024. It follows up on HB 343 from the 151st General Assembly which required the Division of Medicaid and Medical Assistance to submit a plan for implementing this...
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2023-08-09
Signed by Governor
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