|SA 1 to SB 81||PWB||Henry||This Amendment provides that this Act is effective 6 months from enactment to give the Family Court and the Division of Child Support Services time to create a process and procedures to implement it.|| |
|HA 2 to HB 179||PWB||Lynn||This Amendment allows for the Board of Trustees' tax counsel to review the impact of House Bill No. 179 and provide a favorable decision concerning the tax qualification of the proposed changes before HB 179 is effective. If no decision is issued by January 1, 2018, HB 179 will take effect on January 1, 2018. The Board of Pensions must provide notice to the Registrar of Regulations when the Board has received tax counsel has issued an opinion.|| |
|HB 221||Committee||D. Short||This bill creates a 3-year exemption for county and municipal government contracts from prevailing wage requirements. Also the local governments will prepare cost study comparison reports for the Controller General's Office to compile and report to the General Assembly.||AN ACT TO AMEND TITLE 29 OF THE DELAWARE CODE RELATING TO MUNICIPAL AND COUNTY CONSTRUCTION PREVAILING WAGE STUDY ACT.|
|HA 1 to HB 187||Passed||J. Johnson||This amendment exempts charitable organizations that have been working in the field of affordable housing for at least 5 years and community development corporations from the certification process at sheriff’s sales.|| |
|HA 4 to HB 156||PWB||Spiegelman||This amendment changes the caliber from .38 to .357 to .38.|| |
|HA 2 to HB 144||Passed||Osienski||This amendment establishes the process the Department must follow in order to use its eminent domain power to construct a pathway that is not adjacent to the existing right of way through dedicated open space in a recorded residential subdivision.|| |
|HB 223||Committee||K. Williams||This bill places restrictions on the placement of clothing bins. The bill requires a person who places a clothing bin on a property to first obtain a permit from the Department of Health and Social Services before placing the bin.||AN ACT TO AMEND TITLE 16 OF THE DELAWARE CODE RELATING TO DONATION BINS.|
|HA 1 to HB 205||Passed||Keeley||This amendment gives the Justice of the Peace Court the ability to set bail conditions that require a person charged with Driving Under the Influence to enter a continuous sobriety monitoring program or other conditions that the magistrate deems appropriate.|| |
|SB 116||Committee||Simpson||This bill creates a 3-year exemption for public school construction from prevailing wage requirements. Also the public school will prepare cost study comparison reports for the Controller General's Office to compile and report to the General Assembly.
||AN ACT TO AMEND TITLE 29 OF THE DELAWARE CODE RELATING TO PUBLIC SCHOOL CONSTRUCTION PREVAILING WAGE ACT.|
|HA 1 to HB 131||PWB||Baumbach||This bill sets out the framework for what happens with rent increases paid by a home owner to a community owner when such increase is in dispute. While in dispute, a home owner is required to pay the rent increase to the community owner. If the rent increase is decreased or rejected during the arbitration process or thereafter, on appeal, the community owner must rebate to the home owner that portion of the rent increase that was decreased or rejected. The rebate must occur within 20 days after the final date of the decrease of rejection of the rent increase. This bill also provides that if the arbitration is appealed and such appeal continues in Superior Court for more than one year after the increase was imposed, the community owner must escrow the rent increase amount collected after such date in a tenant security deposit account required under § 7018 of this chapter. Finally, this procedure will apply to any rent increase imposed 60 days after the enactment of this Act.|| |
|SB 118||Committee||Marshall||This bill would prohibit individuals with an adjudication of delinquency involving physical or sexual assault crimes against another child or an adult from being an employee, volunteer, or contractor for a child-serving entity. Such prohibition shall last for 10 years following the date of adjudication. These crimes are: reckless endangering in the first degree; abuse of a pregnant female in the second degree; abuse of a pregnant female in the first degree; strangulation; assault in the second degree; assault in the first degree; vehicular assault in the first degree; vehicular homicide in the second degree; vehicular homicide in the first degree; criminally negligent homicide; manslaughter; murder by abuse or neglect in the second degree; murder by abuse or neglect in the first degree; murder in the second degree; murder in the first degree; promoting suicide; abortion; unlawful sexual contact in the second degree; unlawful sexual contact in the first degree; rape in the fourth degree; rape in the third degree; rape in the second degree; rape in the first degree; sexual extortion; bestiality; continuous sexual abuse of a child; dangerous crime against a child; sex offender unlawful sexual conduct against a child; sexual abuse of a child by a person in a position of trust, authority or supervision in the first degree; sexual abuse of a child by a person in a position of trust, authority or supervision in the second degree; dangerous crime against a child; female genital mutilation; dealing in children; abandonment of child; endangering the welfare of a child; child abuse in the second degree; child abuse in the first degree; crime against a vulnerable adult; sexual exploitation of a child; dealing in child pornography; subsequent convictions of sexual exploitation of a child or dealing in child pornography; possession of child pornography; sexual offenders, prohibitions from school zones; sexual solicitation of a child; and promoting sexual solicitation of a child.
Under Title 31, Section 309(b)(4), the term "Child-serving entity" is defined to mean:
a. The DSCYF; which includes any employee or volunteer of DSCYF or 1 of its contractors who have regular direct access to children and/or adolescents under the age of 18, but who do not provide child-care services at a facility as referred to in paragraph (b)(4)b. of this section;
b. Residential child-care facilities in Delaware which are under contract with or operated directly by DSCYF;
c. Public and private schools, including employees of the Department of Education;
d. Child-care providers as defined in § 342 of title 31;
e. Youth camps or summer schools that are exempt from child-care licensing requirements; and
f. Facilities and individuals registered and eligible for Federal Child Care Development Block Grant funds through the Delaware Department of Health and Social Services.
||AN ACT TO AMEND TITLE 31 OF THE DELAWARE CODE RELATING TO CHILD WELFARE.|
|SB 119||Committee||Marshall||This bill would prohibit a person, who was adjudicated a delinquent for a crime that would otherwise be a felony if the person was not a minor, from being a qualified voter for a period of 10 years. ||AN ACT TO AMEND TITLE 15 OF THE DELAWARE CODE RELATING TO ELECTIONS.|
|SB 120||Committee||Marshall||This bill would prevent an employer operating a nursing facility or similar facility from employing or continuing to employ a person with an adjudication of delinquency deemed disqualifying by DHSS's regulations. ||AN ACT TO AMEND TITLE 16 OF THE DELAWARE CODE RELATED TO NURSING FACILITIES AND SIMILAR FACILITIES.|