Daily Report for 6/14/2021

Governor's Actions

No legislation is Signed by Governor Today

New Legislation Introduced

BillCurrent StatusSponsorSynopsisTitle
HA 5 to SB 15DefeatedShupeThis Amendment requires the Controller General to make annual reports to the General Assembly on the actual fiscal impacts of the adoption of this Act, including costs associated with resulting salary and wage compression issues that were not included in the fiscal note for this Act. 
HA 6 to SB 15DefeatedShupeThis Amendment requires the Controller General to cause to be prepared for the General Assembly annual reports on the economic impact of the minimum wage increase under this Act. 
HA 8 to SB 15StrickenShupeThis Amendment requires the Controller General to cause to be prepared for the General Assembly annual reports on the economic impact of the minimum wage increase under this Act. 
HA 7 to SB 15StrickenShupeThis Amendment requires the Controller General to make annual reports to the General Assembly on the actual fiscal impacts of the adoption of this Act, including costs associated with resulting salary and wage compression issues that were not included in the fiscal note for this Act. 
HA 1 to HB 193PWBD. ShortThis Amendment obligates the State Fire Prevention Commission to notify Fire Companies who are accused of misconduct. It also allows the accused Fire Company a ninety-day period of time to resolve the matter without Commission involvement. If the accused Fire Company cannot resolve the matter after the ninety-day period has run, the Commission will hear and resolve the complaint. The named Fire Company may waive this ninety-day period if it so chooses. This Amendment also clarifies that the Commission will not have jurisdiction over matters involving Criminal Offenses under the Delaware Code, and will refer such matters to the proper law enforcement authority. This Amendment also removes the Immunity Provision of the Bill which granted the Commission and individuals acting on its behalf absolute immunity for acts committed while performing their duties within this section. 
SA 1 to SB 144PassedPinkneyThis Amendment does all of the following: (1) Revises the hate crime reporting requirements to better reflect current practice and to establish an annual report published by the Division of Civil Rights and Public Trust on the number and nature of hate crimes in Delaware. (2) Updates the existing fine for desecration of a burial place to mirror the fine threshold set in Title 11 for class A misdemeanors. It makes the new requirement for restitution and community service at the court's discretion and removes the elevation of desecration and cross burning to maintain the offense level at the current level.  
HA 1 to HB 159PassedMitchellThis amendment removes the authorization to hold sales of real estate during the execution process through an online auction process. This amendment also makes technical corrections. 
SA 1 to SB 168PassedLockmanThis amendment changes the record retention requirement to 4 years and clarifies that the notification requirement for safety recalls be provided in writing or electronically.  

Legislation Passed By Senate

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Legislation Passed By House of Representatives

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Senate Committee Assignments

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House Committee Assignments

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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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