Daily Report for 3/4/2021

Governor's Actions

No legislation is Signed by Governor Today

New Legislation Introduced

BillCurrent StatusSponsorSynopsisTitle
SA 1 to SB 24PWBHansenThis Amendment provides delayed enforcement for individuals who violate the prohibition of littering with 1 to 4 balloons or the mass release of balloons on or before April 30, 2022. Persons who are not individuals, such as organizations, are subject to the penalties under this Act immediately upon the effective date of this Act. This Amendment also makes a technical correction that was missed in the original Senate Bill No. 24. 
HB 10CommitteeKowalkoThis Act adopts the Agreement to Phase-Out Corporate Giveaways, under which member states are prohibited from offering or providing company-specific tax incentives or grants to an entity as inducement for the entity to physically relocate to the state from a location in a member state. Corporate incentives are among the least effective uses of taxpayer dollars to create and maintain jobs and governments should attract and retain companies based on general conditions, not based on a specific grant for a particular company. The Agreement to Phase-Out Corporate Giveaways creates a level playing field for all employers. This Act takes effect upon the adoption of the Agreement to Phase-Out Corporate Giveaways by 2 or more states. This Act is known as the “Agreement to Phase-Out Corporate Giveaways”.AN ACT TO AMEND TITLE 29 OF THE DELAWARE CODE RELATING TO THE AGREEMENT TO PHASE-OUT CORPORATE GIVEAWAYS ACT.
SB 82CommitteeLockmanThis Act codifies the Department of Education’s (“Department”) current efforts to establish a uniform public school registration process and requires that, beginning with the 2023 through 2024 school year, all public schools shall use the uniform public school registration process. This registration process will simplify the process for families, enable public schools to engage with families and plan in advance of the school year, and integrate data systems to eliminate duplication of effort. This Act requires the uniform public school registration process to be Internet-based and in paper form and in English and Spanish and may be in other languages. This Act also requires that certain information must be provided in the process and that the Internet-based uniform public school registration process must include certain features. In addition, this Act requires the Department to provide training to certain school district and charter school employees regarding the uniform public school registration process and issue guidelines for privacy of information submitted as part of the registration process. Finally, this Act requires the Department to report to the Governor and General Assembly, no later than March 14, 2022, on the Department’s ability to connect the Internet-based uniform public school registration process to other Internet-based systems that are used to collect student data by the State; the Department; a licensed child care provider, including Head Start; or a public school serving preschool through age 21.AN ACT TO AMEND TITLE 14 OF THE DELAWARE CODE RELATING TO PUBLIC SCHOOL REGISTRATION.
SA 1 to SB 44PassedSturgeonThis Amendment removes the word "all" from the current law. Currently, the Drug Overdose Fatality Review Commission ("Commission") uses a sampling method since there are so many overdose deaths to review each year. The removal of "all" allows the Commission to review every death if resources allow, but also reflects the current process that reviews a sample of the deaths.  

Legislation Passed By Senate

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Legislation Passed By House of Representatives

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Senate Committee Assignments

Committee
Banking, Business & Insurance
Education
Health & Social Services
Judiciary

House Committee Assignments

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Economic Development/Banking/Insurance & Commerce
Education
Health & Human Development

Senate Committee Report

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House Committee Report

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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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