Introduction Date Jul 11, 2017 Co-Introduced by Councilmembers McDuffie, Todd, Bonds, Grosso, Nadeau, and T. White Co-Sponsor(s) Councilmembers Allen and Gray Bill Summary – As introduced, this bill ensures that sealed or expunged offenses and arrests without convictions are not used against residents applying for jobs or housing. Click here to view…Details
Introduction Date Jun 27, 2017 Co-Introduced by Councilmembers McDuffie, Silverman, T. White, Allen, Cheh, Nadeau, and Todd Co-Sponsor(s) Councilmember Grosso Bill Summary: As introduced, this bill will increase reimbursement rates for providers that accept child care vouchers, create a shared administrative services program, increase salaries for child care workers, create a one-stop-center to…Details
22-0304 – Medical Marijuana Certified Business Enterprise Preference Emergency Amendment Act of 2017
Jun 1, 2017
Bill Summary – As introduced, this bill gives preference to minority-owned companies and local small businesses for medical marijuana dispensary permits.
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Introduction Date May 16, 2017 Co-Introducers Councilmembers R. White, Todd, Gray, Silverman, Grosso, Cheh, and Bonds Co-Sponsors Councilmembers Allen and Evans BILL SUMMARY – As introduced, this bill establishes a task force, the Office to Affordable Housing Task Force, to determine the impact of transitioning existing vacant commercial space to affordable units…Details
Introduction Date: May 02, 2017 Introduced by: Councilmembers Evans, Grosso, Cheh, Gray, Nadeau, Todd, R. White, and Allen Bill Summary: As introduced, this bill requires that certain sales tax revenue shall be deposited into the Arts and Humanities Enterprise Fund. It also incorporates into the general sales tax of the District of Columbia sales made…Details
Introduction Date: May 02, 2017 Introduced by: Councilmembers Bonds, Nadeau, T. White, R. White, and Silverman Bill Summary: As introduced, this bill establishes a program, the Common Interest Community Remedial Grant program, to provide nontaxable grants to income-eligible boards to remedy building and housing code violations in common areas. The Mayor shall administer the program…Details
Introduction Date: Apr 04, 2017 Introduced by: Councilmembers R. White, Cheh, Nadeau, Todd, Allen, Bonds, McDuffie, Silverman, and T. White Bill Summary: As introduced, this bill requires the Mayor’s Office of Returning Citizens to maintain a database containing the names, location, and contact information for all DC residents held by the Federal Bureau of Prisons…Details
Introduction Date: Apr 04, 2017 Introduced by: Councilmembers McDuffie, T. White, R. White, Bonds, Nadeau, and Silverman Bill Summary: As introduced, this bill establishes a program and supporting fund in the Office on Aging, the Managing Outdoor Work for Seniors program (MOWS), and MOWS fund, respectively. The program shall provide gardening services for seniors. Click…Details
Introduction Date: Apr 04, 2017 Introduced by: Councilmembers Gray, Nadeau, R. White, Grosso, Cheh, and McDuffie Bill Summary: As introduced, this bill establishes a new program in the Department of Behavioral Health (DBH), the School Health Innovations Grant program, to expand access to behavioral health services in District public schools and communities. Clinic operators shall…Details