Legislative Research: DE HB357 | 2011-2012 | 146th General Assembly

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SessionTitle/DescriptionLast Action
150th General Assembly

(Introduced - Dead)
In 48 states, the presidential candidate winning the majority of the popular vote is awarded that states total electoral votes.
[HB357 2019 Detail][HB357 2019 Text][HB357 2019 Comments]
Introduced and Assigned to Administration Committee in House
149th General Assembly

The Department of Corrections sometimes has difficulty tracking sex offenders coming out of prison because overly restrictive local ordinances can severely restrict the availability of appropriate housing. Homeless sex offenders are less likely to co...
[HB357 2017 Detail][HB357 2017 Text][HB357 2017 Comments]
Signed by Governor
148th General Assembly

(Engrossed - Dead)
Importers, manufacturers and dealers of “destructive weapons” are licensed and regulated under Federal law. Under existing Delaware law, importers, manufacturers and dealers of destructive weapons are not permitted to deliver them to purc...
[HB357 2015 Detail][HB357 2015 Text][HB357 2015 Comments]
Passed by House of Representatives. Votes: Passed 30 YES 9 NO 0 NOT VOTING 2 ABSENT 0 VACANT
147th General Assembly

(Introduced - Dead)
This bill requires that all charter school applications are first submitted to the local school board. If the school board denies the application, the applicant may then request that the Department of Education consider its application.
[HB357 2013 Detail][HB357 2013 Text][HB357 2013 Comments]
Introduced and Assigned to Education Committee in House
146th General Assembly

This bill is the result of recommendations made by the Joint Sunset Committee. The bill expands the powers of the Board of Massage and Bodywork to include adoption of rules pertaining to advertising and unprofessional conduct by licensees and the ado...
[HB357 2011 Detail][HB357 2011 Text][HB357 2011 Comments]
Signed by Governor
145th General Assembly

(Enrolled - Dead)
This new chapter is intended to address the banning of possession of firearms by certain governmental agencies and entities of the State. Currently, several housing agencies in this state have adopted policies of evicting or threatening to evict law ...
[HB357 2009 Detail][HB357 2009 Text][HB357 2009 Comments]
HS 1 for HB 357 - Amendment SA 1 - Introduced and Placed With the Bill in Senate

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Legislative Citation

DE HB357 | 2011-2012 | 146th General Assembly. (2012, July 27). LegiScan. Retrieved April 16, 2021, from https://legiscan.com/DE/bill/HB357/2011
"DE HB357 | 2011-2012 | 146th General Assembly." LegiScan. LegiScan LLC, 27 Jul. 2012. Web. 16 Apr. 2021. <https://legiscan.com/DE/bill/HB357/2011>.
"DE HB357 | 2011-2012 | 146th General Assembly." July 27, 2012 LegiScan. Accessed April 16, 2021. https://legiscan.com/DE/bill/HB357/2011.
LegiScan. DE HB357 | 2011-2012 | 146th General Assembly. 27 July 2012. https://legiscan.com/DE/bill/HB357/2011 (accessed April 16, 2021).

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