Legislative Research: DE HB242 | 2017-2018 | 149th General Assembly

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150th General Assembly

Delaware is currently ranked highest in the nation for form filing fees. This Act ensures that Delaware stays competitive as an insurer domicile by preventing the Insurance Commissioner from charging more than $2000 per filing for form filing fees.
[HB242 2019 Detail][HB242 2019 Text][HB242 2019 Comments]
Signed by Governor
149th General Assembly

Vapor products, commonly known as e-cigarettes or vape products, are increasing in popularity. This Act adds a definition of vapor products to Chapter 53, Title 30 (regarding Tobacco Product Tax), includes vapor products as a type of tobacco product,...
[HB242 2017 Detail][HB242 2017 Text][HB242 2017 Comments]
Signed by Governor
148th General Assembly

This bill clarifies the role and authority of the Delaware Division of Public Health Office of Animal Welfare and Department of Agriculture regarding animal cruelty enforcement. The Office of Animal Welfare was directed by the 148th General Assembly ...
[HB242 2015 Detail][HB242 2015 Text][HB242 2015 Comments]
Signed by Governor
147th General Assembly

(Introduced - Dead)
New section 18-305(h) of Title 6 provides that limited liability companies must maintain a current record of the names and addresses of their members and managers.
[HB242 2013 Detail][HB242 2013 Text][HB242 2013 Comments]
Introduced and Assigned to Judiciary Committee in House
146th General Assembly

(Engrossed - Dead)
This bill sets certain regulations for motor vehicle data-reporting devices to prohibit the use by insurance companies of such data for anything other than consideration for premium discounts, requires disclosure to the insured of others who may gain...
[HB242 2011 Detail][HB242 2011 Text][HB242 2011 Comments]
Defeated by Senate. Votes: Defeated 9 YES 8 NO 4 NOT VOTING 0 ABSENT 0 VACANT
145th General Assembly

(Introduced - Dead)
This Act amends the personal income tax for Delaware residents according to the rates set forth in the bill. The projected additional annual State revenue to result from the proposed rate increase amounts to approximately $75.4 million.
[HB242 2009 Detail][HB242 2009 Text][HB242 2009 Comments]

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Legislative Citation

DE HB242 | 2017-2018 | 149th General Assembly. (2017, July 03). LegiScan. Retrieved September 26, 2020, from https://legiscan.com/DE/bill/HB242/2017
"DE HB242 | 2017-2018 | 149th General Assembly." LegiScan. LegiScan LLC, 03 Jul. 2017. Web. 26 Sep. 2020. <https://legiscan.com/DE/bill/HB242/2017>.
"DE HB242 | 2017-2018 | 149th General Assembly." July 03, 2017 LegiScan. Accessed September 26, 2020. https://legiscan.com/DE/bill/HB242/2017.
LegiScan. DE HB242 | 2017-2018 | 149th General Assembly. 03 July 2017. https://legiscan.com/DE/bill/HB242/2017 (accessed September 26, 2020).

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