Delaware Representative Sean Matthews [D]

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DESCR109Engross
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This concurrent resolution designates February 2024 as Turner Syndrome Awareness Month in the State of Delaware.
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2024-01-25
Passed In House by Voice Vote
DEHB265Intro
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This act requires a commercial entity that knowingly or intentionally provides pornography and other materials defined as harmful to minors to verify the age of individuals accessing the material.
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2024-01-23
Reported Out of Committee (Economic Development/Banking/Insurance & Commerce) in House with 4 Favorable, 2 On Its Merits, 2 Unfavorable
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
DEHB168Intro
25%
Substitute 1 to HB 168 applies the lodging tax to short-term rentals and requires an accommodations intermediary to obtain an occupational license and pay an annual licensing fee of $25.00. This bill defines an accommodations intermediary as a person...
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2024-01-04
was introduced and adopted in lieu of HB 168
DEHB132PassSection 1 of this Act amends § 6504 of Title 10 to correct two erroneous cross-references (the cross-references will now correctly reference Title 12 rather than Title 10 of the Delaware Code).
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2023-08-31
Signed by Governor
DEHB184PassDelaware law expressly prohibits employment discrimination based upon surviving domestic violence, sexual assault, or stalking. Such discrimination includes: (1) failing or refusing to hire or discharging an employee because the individual was a vict...
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2023-07-25
Signed by Governor
DEHB242Engross
50%
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
DESB76PassThis Act amends §1311, Title 17 of the Delaware Code to allow for the Delaware Department of Transportation to vacate an old right of way of a newly realigned section of road by resolution.
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2023-06-30
Signed by Governor
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
DESB75PassThis Act amends §134, Title 17 of the Delaware Code to allow for Secretarys designee to sign traffic resolutions within incorporated towns and cities. The same authority already exists for traffic resolutions in unincorporated areas.
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2023-06-30
Signed by Governor
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
DESB160FailThis Bill is the Fiscal Year 2024 Bond and Capital Improvements Act.
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2023-06-30
Signed by Governor
DEHB131PassThis Act resolves ambiguities in the current law and confirms the ability of a spouse who owns real property as tenant by the entirety, acting alone, to convey that spouses interest in such real property to both spouses, as tenants by the entirety or...
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2023-06-29
Signed by Governor
DESB90PassThis bill modernizes the First State Quality Improvement Fund (FSQIF) Act, using language from the field of continuous improvement and operational excellence to align with current industry accepted practices. This bill provides improved accountabilit...
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2023-06-27
Signed by Governor
DEHB89Engross
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Section 1 of this Act increases the standard deduction for personal income tax purposes of resident individuals and spouses of this State for tax years beginning after December 31, 2023. Section 3 of this Act increases the monetary filing thresholds ...
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2023-06-21
Amendment SA 2 to HB 89 - Introduced and Placed With Bill
DEHB180Engross
50%
This Act designates Maypole dancing as the official dance of Delaware.
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2023-06-15
To Senate Executive Committee
DEHB108Intro
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This Act does all of the following: (1) Allows for all licensed independent practitioners that are treating a driver for a medical condition to report findings which allows for Nurse Practitioner, Physician Assistant, or Physician to sign Division pa...
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2023-06-06
Not Worked in Committee
DESB62PassThis Act makes minor changes to licensing and registration of limited lines travel insurance producers and travel retailers and establishes a comprehensive framework for the sale and marketing of travel insurance. Specifically, the legislation establ...
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2023-05-31
Signed by Governor
DESCR57Engross
50%
This Senate Concurrent Resolution supports a forthcoming federal resolution recognizing Thomas Garrett as a heroic abolitionist.
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2023-05-16
Passed In House by Voice Vote
DESCR46Engross
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This Senate Concurrent Resolution designates the week of May 8-12, 2023, as "Charter Schools Week" in the State of Delaware and commends Delaware's public charter schools for their efforts in educating Delaware students.
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2023-05-16
Passed In House by Voice Vote
DEHB32PassThis Act raises the permissible service charge for a boat registration from $5 to $10 and the permissible service charge for a boat ramp certificate from $1.50 to $5.00.
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2023-05-12
Signed by Governor
DESB100Intro
25%
This Act adds Drug Dealing or Possession - Tier 3 to the list of violent felonies under section 4201(c) of Title 11 in recognition of the association of higher drug volumes and gun violence. Nothing in this act is intended to affect the violent felon...
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2023-05-03
Reported Out of Committee (Judiciary) in Senate with 2 Favorable, 4 On Its Merits
DEHCR38Engross
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This Concurrent Resolution designates April 26, 2023, as "4-H Day" in the State of Delaware and calls upon Delaware's citizens to recognize the many contributions of the State's 4-H programs
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2023-04-26
Passed By Senate. Votes: 20 YES 1 ABSENT
DEHCR27Engross
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This Concurrent Resolution designates the week of February 27-March 3, 2023 PUBLIC SCHOOLS WEEK and commends the hard work of educators and staff. It also calls upon Delawareans to support public schools.
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2023-03-29
Passed By Senate. Votes: 21 YES
DESB35PassThis Act amends the Fiscal Year 2023 Bond and Capital Improvements Act to (1) authorize the use of School Safety and Security Funds for school extracurricular activities; (2) authorize local funding to support Enhanced Minor Capital Improvements and ...
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2023-01-26
Signed by Governor
DEHB50Intro
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This Act creates a separate offense for the theft of mail, including packages, from a residential dwelling. A first offense of mail theft is a class A misdemeanor unless the value of the stolen property is $1,500 or more, in which case it is a class ...
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2023-01-18
Reported Out of Committee (Public Safety & Homeland Security) in House with 5 On Its Merits, 1 Unfavorable
DESCR2Engross
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This Concurrent Resolution recognizes January 9, 2023, as "Law Enforcement Appreciation Day" in the State of Delaware.
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2023-01-12
Passed In House by Voice Vote
DEHB43Intro
25%
This Act allows Delaware voters who are not affiliated with a political party to vote in a political party's primary election.
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2023-01-05
To House Administration Committee
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