Daily Report for 6/13/2022

Governor's Actions

No legislation is Signed by Governor Today

New Legislation Introduced

BillCurrent StatusSponsorSynopsisTitle
HA 1 to HB 462PassedGriffithThis Amendment corrects a typographical error. 
HA 1 to HB 468PassedSmykThis amendment clarifies that the flashing lights are being used for traffic control. 
HA 1 to HB 442PassedBentzThis amendment to House Bill No. 442 modifies the definition of an “Insurer,” “Market,” and “Public Programs” to include Children Health Insurance Plans. The amendment clarifies the entities that shall report to the Delaware Health Care Commission annually on performance relative to the spending and quality benchmarks. The amendment permits the Executive Director of the Commission to modify the annual reporting deadline of October 1 of each calendar year, provided that advance written notice of the modified deadline is given to reporting entities. The amendment codifies that the Subcommittee shall set the spending benchmark and clarifies that the Commission may use other sources to track variation in costs and quality. 
HA 2 to HB 404PassedMinor-BrownThis amendment clarifies that a pre-application determination that a criminal history would not prevent an individual from receiving a license is binding on the licensing board at the time of application so long as there is no other substantial change in circumstances, such as an intervening new conviction. If the Division or licensing board determines in the pre-application proceedings that an individual might not be eligible for a license because of their criminal history, the person is still entitled to a full hearing on the matter at the time of application, in accordance with the Administrative Procedures Act. This amendment allows the Board of Accountancy to consider convictions for financial crimes regardless of the time that has passed since conviction. This is in line with the requirements for the interstate compact relating to accountancy licensure.  
HA 3 to HB 425PassedSchwartzkopfThis amendment makes the following changes to House Bill No. 425: (1)It provides the Speaker of the House of Representatives and the Pro Tempore of the Senate each an additional appointment to the Lyme Disease Oversight Board; and (2) Includes a licensed health care professional other than a nurse or physician who had been removed by House Bill No. 425 back on the Board. 

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