Daily Report for 6/5/2019

Governor's Actions

No legislation is Signed by Governor Today

New Legislation Introduced

BillCurrent StatusSponsorSynopsisTitle
HA 1 to HB 175PWBBradyThis Amendment corrects a typographical error. 
HA 1 to HS 1 for HB 92PassedK. WilliamsThis Amendment corrects who will appoint the representative of the Provider Advisory Board on the Interagency Resource Management Committee (IRMC) Extended Learning Opportunities Subcommittee and changes that appointing person from the Department of Services for Children, Youth and their Families to the Chair of the Provider Advisory Board.  
HA 1 to HB 163StrickenBradyThis Amendment clarifies that only applicants applying for volunteer membership in a Delaware volunteer EMS company are exempt from paying the cost of a background check done by the State of Delaware Bureau of Identification. 
SA 1 to HB 95PassedMcDowellThis amendment eliminates an unnecessary requirement of a paper report and requires instead that the report be published electronically. 
HA 1 to HB 74PassedLynnThis amendment makes minor changes for consistency by replacing “minor child” with “student” in the specified lines. 
HA 2 to HB 122PassedBradyThis Amendment makes clear that the fiscal impact of this bill will be spread over two years and that the credit is nonrefundable but may be carried forward. 
SA 1 to SB 109StrickenLockmanThis Amendment makes a technical correction. 
SA 1 to SB 93PassedWalshThis amendment makes a technical change to the Bill.  

Legislation Passed By Senate

BillCurrent StatusSponsorSynopsisTitle
HB 91 w/ HA 1SignedBentzThis Act updates the definition of hospital, raises the fees associated with hospital licensing, and imposes an additional fee for plan reviews prior to construction or renovation of hospitals.AN ACT TO AMEND TITLE 16 OF THE DELAWARE CODE RELATING TO HOSPITALS.
SB 60 w/ HA 4SignedPooreThis bill clarifies that in order to be found guilty of prostitution the person must be 18 years or older. AN ACT TO AMEND TITLE 11 OF THE DELAWARE CODE RELATING TO CRIMES.
SB 84 w/ SA 2SignedHansenThis Act revises the Delaware Native Species Commission by doing the following: 1. Adds a member from the Delaware Department of Transportation. 2. Removes the requirement that Governor appointees be citizens of this State. 3. Requires that the members who represent stakeholder commercial interests represent those interests in Delaware. 4. Adds 2 additional public members.AN ACT TO AMEND TITLE 29 OF THE DELAWARE CODE RELATING TO THE DELAWARE NATIVE SPECIES COMMISSION.
SCR 50Passed SenateCloutierThis resolution calls on the Congress of the United States to take action to protect bee and other pollinator populations across the United States, which have halved since the 1940s, by researching the causes of pollinator population losses and determining methods to retain and ultimately increase the number of bees and other pollinators throughout the United States and around the world.THE PETER LINDTNER MEMORIAL RESOLUTION CALLING ON THE CONGRESS OF THE UNITED STATES TO SAVE THE BEES AND PROTECT POLLINATOR POPULATIONS COUNTRYWIDE.
SA 2 to SB 84PassedHansenThis Amendments add a botanist or professional with expertise in Delaware plants to the Delaware Native Species Commission. 

Legislation Passed By House of Representatives

No Legislation Passed By House

Senate Committee Assignments

Corrections & Public Safety
Health & Social Services

House Committee Assignments

Natural Resources

Senate Committee Report

Banking, Business & Insurance
Environmental & Natural Resources
Health & Social Services
Veterans Affairs

House Committee Report

Economic Development/Banking/Insurance & Commerce
Health & Human Development
Natural Resources
Public Safety & Homeland Security
Revenue & Finance
Sunset Committee (Policy Analysis & Government Accountability)

Senate Defeated Legislation

No Senate Defeated Legislation

House Defeated Legislation

No House Defeated Legislation

Nominations Enacted upon by the Senate

Agra, ArturoConfirmedBoard of Pension TrusteesReappointment
Anderson, CharlesConfirmedWater Infrastructure Advisory CouncilReappointment
Dvornick, EugeneConfirmedWater Infrastructure Advisory CouncilReappointment
Grubb, MarkConfirmedEnhanced 911 Emergency Reporting System ServiceReappointment
LaPanne, MonicaConfirmedVictims' Compensation Assistance Program Appeals BoardReappointment
Parks, TondaConfirmedDelaware Solid Waste AuthorityReappointment
Petrone, VictoriaConfirmedWater Infrastructure Advisory CouncilNew
Riemann, J. MichaelConfirmedWater Infrastructure Advisory CouncilNew
Shaw, ThomasConfirmedBoard of Pension TrusteesReappointment
Stafford, HaroldConfirmedBoard of Pension TrusteesNew
Vincent, MichaelConfirmedEnhanced 911 Emergency Reporting System ServiceReappointment