Delaware Representative Michael Ramone [R]

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DEHB170IntroThe eligibility criteria for interment at the veterans’ cemetery are not current. This bill makes Delaware consistent with the National Cemetery Administration (NCA) Directive 3210 dated January 18, 2011. NCA requires that a state cemetery be f...
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2015-06-09
To House Veterans Affairs Committee
DEHB167IntroThis Act improves the enforcement mechanisms related to Delaware’s campaign finance disclosure laws in four ways. First, this Act amends 8040, Title 15 to require that the Superior Court may not grant a certificate of election to a successful ...
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2015-06-09
To House Administration Committee
DESB92IntroDelaware Code Title 141332 addresses the Program for Children with Autism and its “Special Staff.” Enacted nearly three decades ago, these regulations established a network of educational programs initially within a separate school struct...
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2015-06-03
Reported Out of Committee (EDUCATION) in Senate with 4 Favorable, 4 On Its Merits
DESCR23EngrossThis concurrent resolution designates National Trails Day, June 6, 2015, as “Mason-Dixon Day” in the State of Delaware. Author: Sen. Sokola
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2015-06-03
Passed in House by Voice Vote
DEHB59PassThis Act makes changes to the state’s list of statutory violent felonies (“list”). First, the Act adds two crimes, felony Promoting Sexual Solicitation of a Child and felony Resisting Arrest with Force or Violence, to the list. Seco...
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2015-06-02
Signed by Governor
DESB95IntroThe Regulatory Flexibility and Transparency Act of 2015 improves Delaware’s regulatory environment for individuals and small businesses in several significant ways. Under the Act, whenever an agency proposes to adopt or amend a regulation that ...
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2015-06-02
Stricken
DEHB32PassThis bill allows the Delaware Transit Corporation to advertise on the back panels of bus shelters, in addition to the downstream panels currently authorized.
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2015-05-28
Signed by Governor
DEHB33PassThis bill clarifies the types of signs that are permitted to be erected in the State’s right-of-way by an outside entity, with department approval. The legislation provides consistency with federal regulations for outdoor advertising.
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2015-05-28
Signed by Governor
DEHB58PassIn 1981, the General Assembly set the current tax rate ceiling for the New Castle County Vocational Technical School District (“District”) at 13 cents on each $100 value of real property for the tax year 1982 and then provided for it to i...
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2015-05-28
Signed by Governor
DEHB155IntroThis Act requires that those voting in school board elections and school tax elections and school bond elections be registered voters eligible to vote in general elections. Currently, any resident of the school district is eligible to vote in school ...
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2015-05-28
To House Education Committee
DEHB103IntroThis bill removes a conflict in the Delaware Code relating to the duration of tax liens.
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2015-05-14
Reported Out of Committee (HOUSING & COMMUNITY AFFAIRS) in House with 1 Favorable, 7 On Its Merits
DESB99IntroThis Act makes clear that it is a class A misdemeanor when a person, knowing the information reported is false or baseless, reports to a law-enforcement officer or agency that a Protection from Abuse Order has been violated. This Act also makes techn...
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2015-05-14
To Senate Judiciary Committee
DESB12IntroThis Act closes two significant loopholes in Delaware law in order to ensure that punishment for the illegal possession of firearms by violent persons is certain. First, by adding a definition for “convicted” or “conviction” t...
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2015-05-13
Amendment SA 1 - Introduced and Placed With the Bill in Senate
DEHB124IntroThe Delaware Farmland Preservation Fund was created under the Delaware Agricultural Lands Preservation Act in order to conserve, protect, and encourage improvement of agricultural lands within the State. The Legislature has previously expressed its d...
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2015-05-13
Reported Out of Committee (AGRICULTURE) in House with 2 Favorable, 5 On Its Merits, 1 Unfavorable
DESB13EnrollThis bill confirms and establishes the authority of the Board of Parole to exercise discretion in reviewing the Risk Assessment Tier designation of an offender who was convicted of a registering offense prior to the enactment of Megan’s Law. Au...
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2015-05-07
SS 1 for SB 13 - Passed by House of Representatives. Votes: Passed 38 YES 0 NO 0 NOT VOTING 3 ABSENT 0 VACANT
DESCR20EngrossThis Concurrent Resolution designates the week of May 3, 2015 to May 9, 2015 as National Charter Schools Week and commends Delaware’s public charter schools for their efforts in educating Delaware students.
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2015-05-07
Passed in House by Voice Vote
DEHCR26EngrossThis concurrent resolution recognizes May 6 through 12th, 2015 as National Nurses Week.
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2015-05-07
Passed by Senate. Votes: Passed 20 YES 0 NO 0 NOT VOTING 1 ABSENT 0 VACANT
DEHR9IntroRecognizing May 2015 As Older Americans Month.
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2015-05-05
Passed in House by Voice Vote
DEHB52IntroUnder current educational standards, cursive writing is no longer required to be taught to our students, and many schools have abandoned teaching it to their students. As cursive writing is still an imperative skill in many professions, this bill wil...
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2015-04-29
Reported Out of Committee (EDUCATION) in House with 1 Favorable, 10 On Its Merits
DESCR8EngrossThis Senate Concurrent Resolution continues the Motorcycle Rider Education Advisory Committee, which must meet at least quarterly to monitor the Motorcycle Rider Education Program, assess future needs, and recommend program improvements.
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2015-04-23
Passed in House by Voice Vote
DEHB8PassDuring the 147th General Assembly, House Bill 346 was signed into law. House Bill 346, which codified the work of the HJR 17 Study Group to comprehensively update the state civil mental health laws, created a definition of psychiatrist which specific...
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2015-04-23
Signed by Governor
DESB43EngrossThis bill reconciles general provisions applicable to Commissioners found in section 1991 with more specific provisions found in 10 Del. C. 511(a) and 1315(a) regarding the appointment of a commissioner when there is a vacancy in office and residen...
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2015-04-23
Amendment HA 1 to HA 1 - Introduced and Placed With Bill
DESCR12EngrossEstablishes April 25, 2015 as Engineering and Technology Education Day in the State of Delaware to emphasize the importance of technological literacy.
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2015-04-23
Passed in House by Voice Vote
DEHB104IntroThis Act places a constitutional limitation on base general fund operating appropriations. However, appropriations deemed as emergencies involving the health, safety, or welfare of the citizens of the State that are approved by three-fifths of the me...
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2015-04-23
To House Administration Committee
DESB31PassThis bill repeals the sunset provision included in Chapter 214, Volume 78 of the Laws of Delaware, which will continue to enable the Teach For America (TFA) program to recruit and train teachers from Delaware schools and from across the nation to tea...
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2015-04-20
Signed by Governor
DESB40EngrossThis Act eliminates capital punishment, except for those convicted of first-degree murder before the effective date of this Act. The procedures for determining punishment, review of punishment, and method of punishment for first-degree murder related...
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2015-04-16
To House Judiciary Committee
DESB8PassSenate Bill 119 which passed the 147th General Assembly inadvertently omitted the exception for veterinarians and methadone clinics from dispensing more than 72 hours of a controlled substance.
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2015-04-02
Signed by Governor
DEHCR16EngrossThis resolution recognizes April 11th, 2015 as National Pet Day in Delaware.
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2015-04-02
Passed by Senate. Votes: Passed 20 YES 0 NO 0 NOT VOTING 1 ABSENT 0 VACANT
DESCR13IntroDelaware is the 4th most expensive state per capita in the country. This Senate Concurrent Resolution establishes a DEFAC Advisory Council on Spending to evaluate the spending aspect of the state’s budget. The DEFAC Advisory Council on Revenue ...
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2015-04-02
To Senate Finance Committee
DESCR10EngrossThis Senate Concurrent Resolution recognizes the week of April 12 through April 18, 2015, as “National Library Week”.
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2015-03-24
Passed in House by Voice Vote
DEHCR12EngrossThis resolution recognizes the valuable contribution that the Lions Clubs International make to our local communities, as well as the world at-large, by recognizing that March 24, 2015 is Delaware State Lions Day.
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2015-03-24
Passed by Senate. Votes: Passed 21 YES 0 NO 0 NOT VOTING 0 ABSENT 0 VACANT
DESB38IntroThis legislation is modeled after “Right to Try” legislation, which has been enacted in Colorado and Louisiana, awaiting gubernatorial action in Missouri, introduced in Minnesota, New Jersey and in the U.S. Congress government, and includ...
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2015-03-24
To Senate Health & Social Services Committee
DEHB16PassSection 1 of this Act amends the definition of “restaurant”, as it relates to Delaware’s laws governing the sale and consumption of alcoholic liquors, to allow smaller restaurants, those with seating for at least 12 individuals, to ...
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2015-03-23
Signed by Governor
DEHCR10EngrossThis resolution recognizes the CAI/Easter Seals Volleyball Challenge on March 20-22, 2015, an event that raises funds for an organization providing services and support to people with disabilities or special needs and their families in Delaware.
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2015-03-19
Passed by Senate. Votes: Passed 19 YES 0 NO 0 NOT VOTING 2 ABSENT 0 VACANT
DESCR9EngrossThis Senate Concurrent Resolution recognizes March 19th, 2015, as “Rare Disease Day” in Delaware.
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2015-03-19
Passed in House by Voice Vote
DEHB43IntroThis bill was previously recommended by the Joint Sunset Committee in the 147th General Assembly. The bill adds appointed members of the Cash Management Policy Board to the definition of “public officers.” This designation would subject t...
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2015-03-12
To House Administration Committee
DESCR4EngrossThis Resolution requests that the Division of Motor Vehicles study and consider issuing optional digital driver’s licenses for Delaware motorists.
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2015-01-29
Passed in House by Voice Vote
DESB27IntroThis Act stops individuals convicted of certain crimes from collecting their State pensions.
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2015-01-29
To Senate Executive Committee
DEHCR7EngrossThis House Concurrent Resolution recognizes January 2015 as “School Board Recognition Month”.
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2015-01-29
Passed by Senate. Votes: Passed 21 YES 0 NO 0 NOT VOTING 0 ABSENT 0 VACANT
DEHJR2PassDespite the good-faith efforts of city, county, state, and federal law enforcement and other officials, Wilmington’s violent crime rate remains unacceptably high. This Joint Resolution establishes the Wilmington Public Safety Strategies Commiss...
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2015-01-29
Signed by Governor
DESCR2EnrollSYNOPSIS This Concurrent Resolution creates the Blind and Visually Impaired Education Task Force.
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2015-01-28
Passed in House by Voice Vote
DESB17IntroThis Act repeals the Delaware Estate Tax as of July 1, 2015.
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2015-01-27
To Senate Finance Committee
DEHCR2EngrossThe current requested tax cap ceiling is based upon information formulated and detailed in a November 2013 report issued by the Tax Rate Review Committee for the Sussex Technical School District. This resolution will allow the Subcommittee to review ...
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2015-01-22
Passed by Senate. Votes: Passed 21 YES 0 NO 0 NOT VOTING 0 ABSENT 0 VACANT
DEHB26IntroCurrently only persons who are blind are exempt from hunting and fishing license requirements. This amendment will provide a hunting and fishing license exemption (not trapping) to all persons who have a severe, chronic mental or physical disability....
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2015-01-14
To House Natural Resources Committee
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