Daily Report for 3/13/2019

Governor's Actions

No legislation is Signed by Governor Today

New Legislation Introduced

BillCurrent StatusSponsorSynopsisTitle
HA 2 to HB 46PassedKowalkoThis Amendment clarifies that $3.00 was the initial amount of the monthly assessment for the Delaware Manufactured Housing Trust Fund because the next sentence of the current law gives the Board of the Delaware Manufactured Housing Relocation Trust Authority the ability to adjust the amount of this assessment. 
HA 1 to HB 62PassedK. WilliamsThis Amendment provides that the advocate members of the Commission can be advocates for people with disabilities, in addition to advocates for the elderly. 
HB 85CommitteeBennettThis Act is the first leg of an amendment to the Delaware Constitution requiring an individual elected to an office of this State, or one of its political subdivisions, to resign from the officer's current elected office if the officer seeks to be a candidate for another office of this State, or one of its political subdivisions, if the term of the office sought runs concurrently with the term of the office held.AN ACT PROPOSING AN AMENDMENT TO ARTICLE XV OF THE DELAWARE CONSTITUTION RELATING TO THE RESIGNATION OF ELECTED OFFICERS SEEKING ANOTHER OFFICE.
SA 1 to SB 17PWBHansenThis Amendment removes language that is not applicable in Delaware. 
SA 1 to SS 1 for SB 5PassedHansenTo prevent the Division of Waste and Hazardous Substances’ permit activities from being considered littering, this Amendment makes changes to the provision under which littering is unlawful, by clarifying that either of the following 2 situations are lawful: The property is designated for litter management and the person was authorized to use the property for that purpose. - or - The litter is placed in a litter receptacle or container installed at the property. - and – The person is the owner or tenant in lawful possession of the property or first obtained the owner’s consent, or the act is done under the personal direction of the owner or tenant, all in a manner consistent with the public welfare. This Amendment also makes a technical correction. 

Legislation Passed By Senate

BillCurrent StatusSponsorSynopsisTitle
HCR 11PassedK. WilliamsThis Concurrent Resolution recognizes April 7-13, 2019, as "Crime Victims' Rights Week" in the State of Delaware. Please visit the following websites for more information on Crime Victims’ Rights Week and the resources available to victims and survivors of crime. Delaware Coalition Against Domestic Violence, at https://dcadv.org Delaware Victims’ Rights Task Force, at https://delawarevictimservices.org RECOGNIZING APRIL 7-13, 2019, AS "CRIME VICTIMS' RIGHTS WEEK" IN THE STATE OF DELAWARE.

Legislation Passed By House of Representatives

No Legislation Passed By House

Senate Committee Assignments

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House Committee Assignments

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Senate Defeated Legislation

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House Defeated Legislation

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Nominations Enacted upon by the Senate

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