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Full text of "2001 DC Code, Session Law Service, 2011 No. 3, 2001 Edition"

2011 



No. 3 



iitUMBlI 






T9thCbunGil Period 



Ih This Issue 



\Jmi9r73 to 19^93; 19-120 



Summary of current legislation, see Legislative 



Tables and Index 



VfestjaC 

Sefe Preface fbr further information 



DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 
SESSION LAW SERVICE LETTER 



2011 
LEGISLATIVE HIGHLIGHTS 

A noncumulative summary of significant legislation contained in this 
pamphlet of general interest to the legal profession prepared especially 
for District of Columbia Legislative Service by the editorial staff of 
West, a Thomson Reuters business. 

Interstate Compact for Juveniles Amendment Act of 2011 

Law 19-81 authorizes the Mayor to join the revised Interstate Compact for Juveniles. 

Receiving Stolen Property and Public Safety Amendment Act of 2011 

Law 19-120 expands the range of crimes aggravated under the Theft and White Collar 
Crimes Act and clarifies that the penalties in An Act For the Suppression of Prostitution 
in the District of Columbia apply to solicitation. 

Returning Citizens and Ex-Offender Services Reform Amendment Act of 2011 

Law 19-80 changes the composition and duties of the Commission on Re-Entry and Ex- 
Offender Affairs. 

Uniform Foreign-Country Money Judgments Recognition Act of 2011 

Law 19-86 enacts uniform rules for enforcing foreign-country money judgments. 



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19TH COUNCIL PERIOD 

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Laws 19-73 to 19-93, and 19-120 



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TABLE OF CONTENTS 



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District of Columbia Session Law Service Letter — _ I 

Preface V 

Laws in this Pamphlet - IX 

Officials of the District of Columbia XI 

Permanent and Temporary Laws 1 

Cumulative Tables 

1. Affected Sections — Laws - _: Tl-1 

2. Affected Sections — Emergency Acts - ..--- T2-1 

Cumulative Index 1-1 



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LAWS IN THIS PAMPHLET 



Law citations are to this pamphlet only. 



For other materials included in this service, 
consult same table in other pamphlets. 



Law 

Arthur Capper/Carrollsburg Public Improvements Revenue Bonds Amendment 

Act of 2011 19-79 

Clarification of Personal Property Tax Revenue Reporting Temporary Act of 

2011 -~, - -- - 19-91 

Closing of a Portion of the Public Alley in Square 5052, S.O. 10-00603, Act of 

2011 19-87 

Comprehensive Military and Overseas Voters Accommodation Temporary Act of 

2011 19-88 

Cooperative Housing Association Economic Interest Recordation Tax Temporary 

Amendment Act of 2011 — - - - 19-74 

Criminal Penalty for Unregistered Motorist Repeal Temporary Amendment Act 

of 2011 - - - 19-76 

Economic Development Special Account Revival Temporary Amendment Act of 

2011 - - 19-89 

Electrician Equality Act of 2011 19-82 

Executive Service Compensation Amendment Act of 2011 - 19-83 

Income Tax Withholding Statements Electronic Submission Temporary Act of 

2011 - ....... - - 19-90 

Interstate Compact for Juveniles Amendment Act of 2011 19-81 

Jubilee Housing Residential Rental Project Real Property Tax Exemption Clarifi- 
cation Temporary Act of 2011 - — - - 19-73 

Oak Hill Conservation Easement Temporary Act of 2011 19-93 

Real Property Tax Appeals Commission Establishment Clarification Temporary 

Amendment Act of 2011 19-75 

Receiving Stolen Property and Public Safety Amendment Act of 2011 19-120 

Returning Citizens and Ex-Offender Services Reform Amendment Act of 2011 — - 19-80 

The Washington Ballet Equitable Real Property Tax Relief Act of 2011 — - — 19-77 

Uniform Foreign-Country Money Judgments Recognition Act of 20 1 1 - 19-86 

Vault Tax Clarification Amendment Act of 2011 -— 19-78 

Ward Redistricting Temporary Amendment Act of 2011 19-92 

William O. Lockridge Way Designation Act of 2011 19-85 

Workforce Intermediary Establishment and Reform of First Source Amendment 

Act of 2011 - -- 19-84 



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COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF 
COLUMBIA 

Kwame R. Brown, Chairman 

Yvette M. Alexander Jack Evans 

Marion Barry Jim Graham 

Muriel Bowser Phil Mendelson 

Michael A. Brown Vincent B. Orange, Sr. 

David A. Catania Harry Thomas, Jr. 

Mary M. Cheh Tommy Wells 



OFFICE OF THE GENERAL 
COUNSEL 

Under Whose Direction This 
Volume Has Been Prepared 

V. David Zvenyach, General Counsel 

John Hoellen, Legislative Counsel 

Benjamin F. Bryant, Jr., Codification Counsel 

Karen R. Barbour, Legal Assistant 



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DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 



SESSION LAWS 



2011 



LAWS 



19th Council Session 



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DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 
SESSION LAW SERVICE 

2011 



19th Council Period 
PERMANENT AND TEMPORARY LAWS 



JUBILEE HOUSING RESIDENTIAL RENTAL PROJECT REAL 

PROPERTY TAX EXEMPTION CLARIFICATION 

TEMPORARY ACT OF 2011 

Law 19-73 

Act 19-228 

AN ACT to amend, on a temporary basis, Chapter 46 of Title 47 of the District of Columbia Official 
Code to clarify the existing tax exemption for certain property owned by Jubilee Housing Inc., 
or its affiliate, which has been developed as extremely low-income housing. 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Jubilee Housing Residential Rental Project Real Property Tax 
Exemption Clarification Temporary Act of 2011". 

, Sec. 2. Chapter 46 of Title 47 of the District of Columbia Official Code is amended as 
follows: 

(a) The table of contents is amended by striking the phrase "rental project; Lots 107 and 
108, Square 2560, and Lot 863, Square 2560." and inserting the phrase "rental project; Lots 
107 and 108, now known as Lot 863 in Square 2560, and Lot 873, Square 2563." in its place. 

(b) Section 47-4633 is amended as follows: 

(1) The title is amended by striking the phrase "rental project; Lots 107 and 108, Square 
2560, and Lot 863, Square 2560." and inserting the phrase "rental project; Lots 107 and 
108, now known as Lot 863 in Square 2560, and Lot 873, Square 2563." in its place. 

(2) Strike the phrase "described as Lots 107 and 108, Square 2560, and Lot 863, Square' 
2560, owned by Jubilee Housing Inc.," and insert the phrase "described as Lots 107 and 
108, now known as Lot 863 in Square 2560, and Lot 873, Square 2563, owned by Jubilee 
Housing Inc.," in its place. 

(3) Strike the phrase "provisions of § 47-1005, 47-1007, and 47-1009." and insert the 
phrase "provisions of §§47-1005, 47-1007, and 47-1009." in its place. 



Law 19-73, § 3 , 19th Council Period 

Sec. 3. Fiscal impact statement. 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement of the Chief Financial Officer as the fiscal 
impact statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, 
approved December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813;' D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(3)). 

Sec. 4, Effective date. 

(a) This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override' the veto), a 30-day period of Congressional review 
as provided in .section 602(c)(1) of the District >6f Columbia /Home Rule Act, approved 
December 24,1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(l)), and publication in the 
District of Columbia Register. 

(b) This act shall expire , after 225 days of its having taken < effect '■■';' ;'. , : ; ; { •■'■'''. 
APPROVED: November 15, 2011. 

EFFECTIVE: January 12, 2012. ,. . 



COOPERATIVE HOUSING ASSOCIATION ECONOMIC 

INTEREST RECORDATION TAX TEMPORARY 

AMENDMENT? A^t OF ^011 

Law 19-74 

Act 19-234 

AN ACT to atnerid; bit a temporary basis, the District fljf Columbia Real Estate Deed Recordation 
Tax Act to clarity the taxation of transfers of economic interests in cooperative housing 
associations, to clarify that security interest instruments related to cooperative housing 
associations are exempt from the recordation tax, and to provide for the exemption from 
taxation of transfers of economic interests in limiteoSequity cooperative housing associations. 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Cooperative Housing Association Economic Interest Recordation Tax 
Temporary Amendment Act of 2011". 

Sec. 2. The' ( District of Columbia Real Estate fieed Recordation Tax Act, approve<i!,]V[arch 
2, 1962 (76 Stat. 11; D,C; Official Cojde § 42-1101 etsegOr is amended as;M6w- v \\ ■„» 
(a) Section 302 (D.C. Official Code § 42-1102) is amended as follows: 

. (1) Paragr^h' (^ , t . ' ",'/,-:, ,'^ 7,. J r ..,. 

(2) Paragraph (27) is amended by striking : ttie ww$"a^xuui<u -i-.vii'Jn ■'■■:■■■'■ .; lunhuiw/l'l 

(3) Paragraph (28)(B)(ii)(H) is amended by striking the ipep^d and inserting a semicolon 
in its place. ...... , . ^^^ 

■, (4) New paragraphs (29) and (30) areadded toreadaslollpWiSr,,. ,, j^n's,, ,^-y ^;t ^> 

"(29) Beginning October 1; 2009, a security interest instrument pertaining to' a coope&M 
tive housing association; and - ; ' -- ' ■ ■■■'■ ' ■ "■'*■■■■ v - : 

"(30) Beginning October 1, 2009, a deed of economic interest pertaining to 1 a limited- 
equity cooperative, as defined under D.C. Official Code §47-802(11).''./ ^ : ■ : 

' (b); Section S02b(c) (D.C. Official Cod£§ 42-1102.02(c)) is ^ amendedt6_read as; fbllpwsV ;';'"" 

"(c) Notwithstanding any other provision of this section, every transfer of an interest in a 
cooperative housing ass6eiatiori v in connection with the grant,' transfer^ or assignment of 
proprietary leasehold or other proprietary interest^ hi who]ig or in part, shaU be a tmiisfer, of 
an economic interest. This subsection shall apply as of October 1, 2009."./ ,, "• "77;; '.", ,] r - if ,.; ( 

^c). !; ^ection 303 (D f C. Official Code § 4^U : 03), is amended ^.follows: : ,,7 j; -;, ,' ; .-, 
(1) Subsection (a)(2) ig amended as follows: ^ ' i ■ ,■/ • "' •.' "■■'■■ .■■■'■■■ -''-f : > -■<::■; ^j 

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2011 Legislation Law 19-75, § 2 

(A) Strike the phrase "provided, that in the case of a transfer of shares" and insert the 
phrase "provided, that, beginning October 1, 2009, in the case of a transfer of an 
economic interest" in its place. 

(B) Strike the phrase", in whole or in part,". 

(2) Subsection (c) is amended by striking the period and inserting the phrase "; provided 
further, that, beginning October 1, 2009, in the case of a deed that evidences a transfer of 
an economic interest in a cooperative housing association, the cooperative housing associa- 
tion shall be jointly and severally liable with the parties to the deed for the payment of 
taxes imposed by this section regardless of whether the cooperative housing association 
itself is a party to the deed." in its place. 

Sec. 3. Fiscal impact statement. 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement of the Chief Financial Officer as the fiscal 
impact statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, 
approved December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(3)). 

Sec. 4. Effective date. 

(a) This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), a 30-day period of Congressional review 
as provided in section 602(c)(1) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official' Code § l-206.02(c)(l)), and publication in the 
District of Columbia Register. 

(b) This act shall expire after 225 days of its having taken effect. 
APPROVED: November 21, 2011. 

EFFECTIVE: January 12, 2012. 



REAL PROPERTY TAX APPEALS COMMISSION ESTABLISHMENT 
CLARIFICATION TEMPORARY AMENDMENT ACT OF 2011 

Law 19-75 

Act 19-235 

AN ACT to amend, on a temporary basis, the Real Property Tax Appeals Commission Establish- 
ment Act of 2010 to provide for a delayed applicability for certain provisions of the act to aid 
the transition from the Board of Real Property Assessments and Appeals to the new Real 
Property Tax Appeals Commission for the District of Columbia; to amend the Confirmation 
Act of 1978 to authorize the Mayor to make interim appointments to the Board of Real 
Property Assessments and Appeals; to amend section 47-825.01 of the District of Columbia 
Official Code to revise a notice provision; to amend section 47-825.01a of the District of 
Columbia Official Code to revise the quorum requirements for the new Real Property Tax 
Appeals Commission for the District of Columbia; and to repeal the Real Property Tax 
Appeals Commission Establishment Temporary Amendment Act of 2011. 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Real Property Tax Appeals Commission Establishment Clarification 
Temporary Amendment Act of 2011". 

Sec. 2. The Real Property Tax Appeals Commission Establishment Act of 2010, effective 
April 8, 2011 (D.C. Law 18-363; 58 DCR 963), is amended by adding a new section 3a to read 
as follows: 

"Sec. 3a. Applicability; transition. 

"(a) Sections 2 and 3 shall apply upon Council approval and appointment by the Mayor of a 
full-time Chairperson and a full-time Vice Chairperson to the Real Property Tax Appeals 
Commission for the District of Columbia. 



La^V 10-75, § 2 19th; Council Period 

- "(b) Notwithstanding siibsection (a) of this section^ the Mayor shall appoint the meiribers of 
the Real Property Tax Appeals Commission for the District of Columbia with thevadvice and 
consent of the Council in accordance with the provisions of section 2(b)(3),". ■:■■ <■><>, 

Sec. 3. Section 2(b) of the Confirmation Act of 1978, effective March 3, 1979 (DiC. Law 
2-142; D.C. Official Code § l-523.01(b)), is amended by striking the period and inserting the 
phrase "; provided, .that the Mayor is authorized to make, new interim appointments of 
members serving on the Board of Real Property Assessments and Appeals, established by 
<E);C. Official Code § 47-825.01, as of October 1, 2011, who may continue to serve in ., that 
capacity until the Chairperson and Vice-Chairperson for the Real Property Tax Appeals 
Commission for the District of Columbia have been approved by the Council and appointed by 
the Mayor in accordance with D.C. Official Code § 47-825.6la(a)(i)(F)." in its place. 

Sec. 4. Section 47-^25.01(f-l)(6)(A) of the District of Columbia Official Code is amended 
by striking the phrase "At least 20 business days prior to the hearing^' and insertirig- the 
phrase "For residential cases, at least 10 days prior to the hearing, and for cpmmer^dar'c'ases, 
at least 20 days prior to the hearing;" in its place: <- ■ >• .■■■*'■;; ,.£. ' 7 -^ -^ ; M bovc.-K \w; : 

Sec. 5. Section 47-825.01a(b)(l) of the District of Columbia Official Cole is L Amended" to 
r,£ad as follows: ;.■..-, •■' *.■■■ .: . c ' : .",,*:■?■. ■ • - ( -r' -^i : ''- S s -' JV > ; <.Jf:.; 7 : :-:':. ■■■>-■ ^rr , ; - 

"(b)(1)(A) Except as provided in subparagraph (B) of this paragrapfi and subsection f (c) r of 
this section, a majority of the Commission' shall constitute a Quorum : for trahsacting : business; 

"(B) Upon Council approval and appointment by the Mayor of a- full-time Chairperson 
and a full-time Vice Chairperson, pursuant. to subsection (a)(1)(F) of this section, the 
Chairperson and the Vice-Chaifpersbn 'shall constitute a quorum fbr ; transacting Busi- 
ness; provided, that upon Council approval and appointment by the Mayor; of additional 
members of the Commission, a majority of those appointed shall constitute a quorum 
until all members of the Commission have been appointed.". " 

. Sec. 6. The Real Property Tax Appeals Commission Establishment Temporary Amend- 
ment Act of 2011, effective June 16, 2011 (D.C. Law 19-9; 58 DCR 3886), is repealed. 

Set. 7. Fiscal impact statement: - ■' > \U[ ■-....'' ' ' ' ; ; A " £; 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact Statement of the Chief Financial Officer as the fiscal 
impact statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, 
approved December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(3)). 

Sec. 8. Effective date. 

(a) This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), a 30-day period of Congressional review 
as provided by section 602(c)(1) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, , approved 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C, Official Code § l-206.02(c)(l)), and publication in the 
District of Columbia Register, \ . ' : <>r ■ ^s ^.v. 

-tb) This s act shall expire after '225 days i of its i hW^ngtalcen effect. '" ; ; 

:Y APPROVED: November 21, 2011. :, ■ -,:-»v.; .-■,; ;r(i : iw^ ./,:,- :i ., -. .■;.,, « , r v : ■., : r- -i i K l- 



^ CRIMINAL PENALTY FOR .lENREGISTiERED ^jj^Rif^V^'-t- t 

REPEAL TEMPORARY AMENDMENT ACT OF 2011 

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Act 19-236 :V 

AN ACT to amend, oh a temporary basis, the District of Columbia Revenue Act of 1937 to repeal 
J ■ criminal penalties for motorists operating unregistered vehicles, and to institute a graduated 
- schedule of civil penalties for motorists operating unregistered vehicles absent fraudulent* or 

false pretenses. ■•;. i •:,.-■. ;. ■ ■-'. -v ..■ .,<,t.:t.x.!> 



2011 Legislation Law 19-77, § 2 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Criminal Penalty for Unregistered Motorist Repeal Temporary 
Amendment Act of 2011". 

Sec. 2. Section 4 of Title IV of the District of Columbia Revenue Act of 1937, approved 
August 17, 1937 (50 Stat. 682; D.C. Official Code § 50-1501.04), is amended as follows: 

(a) Subsection (b)(1) is amended as follows: 

(1)- Strike the phrase "Any person violating" and insert the phrase "Except as provided 
in subsection (c) of this section, any person violating" in its place. 

(2) Strike the phrase "Corporation Counsel of the District of Columbia" and insert the 
phrase "Attorney General for the. District of Columbia" in its place. 

(b) A new subsection (c) is added to read as follows: 

"(c) Any person in violation of subsection (a)(1) or (2) of this section shall not be subject to 
arrest or criminal penalties, but shall be subject to civil penalties as follows: 

"(1) Any violation that occurs up to 30 days from when the vehicle is unregistered shall 
result in a $100 fine; 

"(2) Any violation that occurs after 30 days from when the vehicle is unregistered may 
result in impoundment of the vehicle and a $200 fine. 

"(3). The provisions of this subsection shall be adjudicated pursuant to the District of 
Columbia Traffic Adjudication Act of 1978, effective September 12, 1978 (D.C. Law 2-104; 
D.C. Official Code § 50-2301.01 et seq.).". 

Sec. 3. Fiscal impact statement. 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement of the Chief Financial Officer as the fiscal 
impact statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, 
approved December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(3)). 

Sec. 4. Effective date. 

(a) This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), a 30-day period of Congressional review 
as provided in section 602(c)(1) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(l)), and publication in the 
District of Columbia Register. 

(b) This act shall expire after 225 days of its having taken effect. 
APPROVED: November 21, 2011. 

EFFECTIVE: January 12, 2012. 



THE WASHINGTON BALLET EQUITABLE REAL 
PROPERTY TAX RELIEF ACT OF 2011 

Law 19-77 

Act 19-237 

AN ACT to amend Chapter 46 of Title 47 of the District of Columbia Official Code to provide 
equitable real property tax relief, real property transfer tax relief, and forgiveness from a tax 
sale to certain real property owned and used by The Washington Ballet, a tax-exempt 
organization. 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "The Washington Ballet Equitable Real Property Tax Relief Act of 
2011". 

Sec. 2. Chapter 46 of Title 47 of the District of Columbia Official Code is amended as 
follows: 



3Law?19^77,v§^ 19th;(56uncil Period 

(a) The table of contents is amended by addihg-a-nfew section designation ^o read as 
follows:' - '•■'■■/ <■ ': /f '' !i ' - • :.':-:^->-l v- v.\. ■ < '. ■ ■■• h:i'\ ..>" <■■>■< r : I ■ ■&:• <■■■■-■ ^^'j >' ■ 

"47-4655. The Washington Ballet, Lot 19, Square 1911.". : ' Ui * : v '^ ^-^™ A 

'■'■'(b): A new section 47^4655 is added to rtead as'fbllbws:- .'■'> v r '=: , ;W ,, ^i ■> ./■vh^< ,: .:.-> -P 

; %4^655. '^ M Ta ; 1 -- 1 ; r;a - lA 

"(a) The real property described as Lot 19, Square 1911; t6g^ffierwitH-^^Mjprbveihfehts 
:on^the:real property and any future improvements constructed on the'rfealipirop'erty^shan be 
exempt from all taxation, including ordinary and special ;taxes and use' br possessory 'interest 
.taxes^, interest^ penalties^, fees, and other related, changes,-, beginning November^ l^^Ofi^ and 
continuing for as long as the real property is ,owned. : by The Washington'^ 
the purposes and activities of The Washington Ballet, including the instruction, presentation, 
and celebration of dance, exercise, and related activities and the provision Of room &n& board 
for vitis students and, instructors, arid not used for * commercial purposes, 'subject to)- 1 the 
provisions of §§ 47-4005* 47kL007, and 47^1009; - ■• ^ - -.;■■, r;-s *< ■•> torn 

^"(b) ^The one-time transfer of the real property described in subsection (a) of this section to 
The Washington Ballet shall not be subject to the recordation taxes and fees under Chapter 

"(c) The amount necessary to redeem the -real property described in subsection \ (a) .of this 
section, under §. .47-1361 shall be deposited with, the Chief Financial Officer, on behalf ,of the 
owner, and the Chief Financial Officer sjiall. cancel the December 2, 2009 tax sale of : the,real 
property described in subsection (a) of this section.", ,. ,. , *,■, ,, ^ ^ ',■' .;', > ; '■■• ;-,,■<! \a 

Sec. 3. Applicability. ,.. ; ,. -, 

, This act shall apply upon the inclusion of its fiscal effect in an approved budget and 
financial plan. , () , ; ., : , ; (;( , ; ^ , .^ t . ^ v uy: t ,. ^ .,,,..., ■ :, ; ., ,,,; 

Sec. 4. Fiscal impact statement*, •> ;^h;'^> /j.r ;; -.%,;< ; ;< ,.-' : . /R - - -.v^'^'n-i-i 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement in the committee report as the fiscal impact 
statement required by section 602(c)(3), of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved 
Iiecember^i 1973 (87 Stat. 8i3;;#^^ f.]^'^ [-X^ • ,' ■'!',;< 

;,Sec v 5. Effective; date. • .•',;.' ■ -, ^ ' ,>'■;*/*•:•; ';[■ ,j ; ■;,, ; ' )( ....<v s ;/ .^;". v ^ ' ." .y,\, : :;r \q ,,. 
'-> -This act shall take effect following approval' by the. Maf/or '(ordri'the'.evefit oft.veto f fby : >tii& 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), a 30-day period' of lOdrigresslbnali review 
as provided in section 602(c)(1) of the -District of .Columbia ppm^Rul^ Act, -approved 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § i»206.02(c)(l)), J and publication in the 
District of Columbia Register. ' :}Y: - l - '' ■ :f!i; ' < * '' :/ ' r * ({ > ' W " <I/ 

APPROVED: November 21, 2011. ' - WK t'\ -wnw <: HT )l>\ ■] \ \ 

EFFECTIVE: January 12, 2012. 



VAULT TAX CLARiFiCATIOF AMENDMENT Mr OF 2011 

Lawl9-i-78 

Act 19-238 

AN ACT to amend the District of Columbia Public Spac6 Rental Act to clarify ihat ahy^Vault that, 

" in whole or in partj is serving real property exempt from taxation under D.C. Official Code 

v < § 47-^1002(19) is exempt from vault rent; and to order that charges assessed with respect to 

such vaults that are unpaid as of the effective date of this act be forgiven. >^ '■■W^-r^ io- 

-BE IT ENACTED BY THE GQXM<^W^MMWll^TQWWWM^ Thatjftis 

actinay be cited as;the £f Vault Tax Clarificaticiii Amendment Act dfi^Oll''. - : ' l '> il ■■ '' ^ '^■ 

Sec. 2. Section 305(d) of the District of Columbia Public Space Rental Act, approved 
October 17,1968 (82 Stat; 1159; D.C. Official Gocfe § lCMlO3;04(d)) y is amferid^d by Adding a 
new paragraph (3) to read as follows: : ■ v ;! '- ; 



2011 Legislation Law 19-79, § 2 

"(3) Any vault serving, in whole or in part, real property exempt from taxation under 
D.C. Official Code § 47 -1002(19) shall be exempt from vault rent". 

Sec. 3. Equitable forgiveness of taxes. 

The Council of the District of Columbia orders that all vault rentals, interest, penalties, 
fees, and other related charges assessed with respect, to vaults serving, in whole or in part, 
real property exempt from real property taxation under D.C. Official Code § 47 -1002(19) 
that are unpaid as of the effective date of this act be forgiven. 

Sec. 4. Applicability. 

This act shall apply upon the inclusion of its fiscal effect in an approved budget and 
financial plan. 

Sec. 5. Fiscal impact statement. 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement in the committee report as the fiscal impact 
statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(3)). 

Sec. 6. Effective date. 

This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), a 30-day period of Congressional review 
as provided in section 602(c)(1) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(l)), and publication in the 
District of Columbia Register. 

APPROVED: November 21, 2011. 
EFFECTIVE: Januaiy 12, 2012. 



ARTHUR CAPPER/CARROLLSBURG PUBLIC IMPROVEMENTS 
REVENUE BONDS AMENDMENT ACT OF 2011 

Law 19-79 

Act 19-239 

AN ACT to amend the PILOT Authorization Increase and Arthur Capper/Carrollsburg Public 
Improvements Revenue Bonds Approval Act of 2006 to include in the definition of Capper/Car- 
rollsburg Public Improvements certain off-site public facilities and to permit payment of the 
costs of construction off-site of Capper/Carrollsburg Public Improvements with proceeds of 
bonds issued pursuant to the act. 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Arthur Capper/Carrollsburg Public Improvements Revenue Bonds 
Amendment Act of 2011". 

Sec. 2. Section 201 of the PILOT Authorization Increase and Arthur Capper/Carrollsburg 
Public Improvements Revenue Bonds Approval Act of 2006, effective March 8, 2007 (D.C. 
Law 16-244; 54 DCR 609), is amended as follows: 

(a) Paragraph (12) is amended by striking the phrase "the relocation, construction, and 
redevelopment of certain public facilities located within or serving the Capper/Carrollsburg 
PILOT Area" and inserting the phrase "the relocation, construction (on-site or off-site), and 
redevelopment (on-site or off-site) of certain public facilities located within or serving the 
Capper/Carrollsburg PILOT Area, including off-site facilities for the Department of Public 
Works operations relocated from the Capper/Carrollsburg PILOT Area" in its place. 

(b) Paragraph (16)(B) is amended to read as follows; 

"(B) Costs of relocation, construction (onnsite or offsite), and redevelopment (on-site or 
off-site) of the Capper/Carrollsburg Public Improvements, including off-site facilities for 

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- : v.:> the Department of Public : WorksVoperations ; relocated from the CMpper/Gdntoirsburg 

PILOT Area;". . .-:' - .:-,;\,, :- %:,- ..."'■,■;. ,i/ ; ^ ... v- ' -^^ ^/v^O ,,.ul 

Sec. 3. Fiscal impact statement. • ' .; '■■» . ■ :f/ ■:'■,. >■. < ■:-. ■ ■ ■.,■' ; T .!■-' .*y~< 

;t 'The Council adopts the fiscal impact Statement in the committee report a& the fiscal impact 

statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act; approved 

December 24, 1973 (87 aatiE13;D:C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(3)). ^ ^ . ^ - n>n 

Sec. 4. Effective date. ■>-'--.:> " - - ^ "- " - : — ; ' ; -^- ■■■' - : .' v - <■ ^--- ;.-:-; m 

This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by the 
Mayor j acMoh by; 1 the. Council to^Verride'thd veto), a 30nday period of ; Congressional review 
as provided in section 602 (c)(1) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act; '^approved 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § 1-2Q6.02 (c)(1)), and, publicatiqn in the 
District of Columbia Register. ,, ' _,. , : , v 

■APPROVED: November 21, .2011, , v ■ ., .:-,<,' , : ; ; ■ , y. v^-;, ■■ , 

EFFECTIVE: January 12, 2012. : : •'■ ' " - : J ' — •- " V' , ^ ■: 



n RETURNING CITIZENS AND EX-OPEENDER SERylGES\^/;/>!r^ 

REFORM AMENDMENT ACT OF 2011 i . n 

■.•■.;..,'•• ■'. "<■■ ■ :>\u s-Hv£Cl 

Law 19-80 .-■::, ; ^; i; ,,v ■ : r :i 'v7f j.V/V. 

Act 19-170 -..,-.,..,, .. m,).. r.i 

AN ACT to amend the Office on Ex-Offender Affairs and Commission on Re-Entry and Ex- 
Offender Affairs Establishment Act of 2006 to modify the constitution and purpose of the 
Commission on Re-Entry arid Ex^-Offender Affairs. •• ; : " ^ :? 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Returning Citizens and Ex-Offender Services Reform Amendment 
Act of 2011". 

Sec. 2. The Office on Ex-Offender Affairs and Commission on Re-Entry and Ex-Offender 
Affairs Establishment Act of 2006, effective March 8, : 2007 (D.C. Law 16-243; D.C., Official 

Code § 24-130i et seq.), is amended asfollows: '.?"■/!- ,. ■* ■ ', ■ ^ 

; (a) Section 3(b)(2) ((D.C. Official Code § 24-1302 (b)(2)) is amendedas follows: -- ^In 

^) Subparagraph (G) is amended by stri^ \^k^ 

(2) Subparagraph (H) is amended by striking the period at the end and inserting the 
-phrase"; and?' in its; placer ^^ '■•'? : T < ■- , v 'm ; ' ; ; ; 0") 7 : : : ' y. : :Y.i-)^V-'J Tl Mtf 

1 (3) A nw subparagraph (I) fe adideS io riead as Mows: Ux " /:,J ^/' 1 ;^^'^ J ''^r\.'^. , ;; ;al ..;' , f 

"(I) Meet and coordinate with members of the Criminal Justice Coordinating 

> ' ' -V ■ Council, as set forth in section 1504(a) of the Criminal Justice 1 Coordinating' Council 

5 ( for the District of Columbia Establishment Act of 2001^ 'effective October 3, : kt)0i 

(D.C. Law 14-28; D.C. Official Cod^'S '22^233(a)^ 

[■: , nate information . and recommendations to, an,d from?. the voting members ;of -the 

v - ' ..Commission.".. ..,■••■,' ■■,■■;*■ -..'■)■.•, -ilui.h; ';'■:;-;'.• ■ ■. )in: c - 1 i;^ir:; 

■(b)' Section 4 (D.C, Official Code § 24-1303) is amendSdaS follbWs:' '' ; } "' ' '} [ l [ 

; .V (1) Subsection (b) is amended as follows; : .. •.'-.•/ /,-/ \-r -v," -y .';'■ r •'•■: ' s -.- ■> <<n .' » 

(A) Paragraph (1) is amended as follows:' : : ; > ^ r - v ■ ■• •■'"'" - ; ;i ■■■' ••■ ■'■ -' ■ /; '' ^ - 

(i) The lead-in language is amended by striking 'the number "l'l-ahd inserting ^the 

number "13" in its, place. . ,. i; .;...,-...,•■ ; , -^ , . /■ ^.' 

• >■ (ii) Subparagraph^^ is- amended by striking the word "and" .at the end. ?•/>'> 

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(iii) Subparagraph (K) is amended by striking the period at the end and inserting a 
semicolon in its place. 

(iv) New subparagraphs (L) and (M) are added to read as follows: 

"(L) Director of the Department of Mental Health; and 

"(M) Director of the Addiction Prevention and Recovery Administration, or the 
administrative head of the agency or the successor agency within the Department of 
Health responsible for administering substance abuse prevention and treatment ser- 
vices.". 

(B) A new paragraph (8) is added to read as follows: 

"(8) At least one of the 15 public voting members of the Commission shall be a member 
of a group, organization, or service provider that focuses on the needs of female ex- 
offenders and returning citizens.". 

(2) Subsection (c)(2) is amended to read as follows: 

"(2) Review and submit to the Mayor, the Council, and the Office an annual report that 
shall be submitted to the Mayor and the Council within 90 days after the end of each fiscal 
year, be the subject of a public hearing before the Council, and include: 

"(A) A summary of the recommendations of the Commission, including a summary of 
required monthly meetings pursuant to subsection (b)(7) of this section; 

"(B) A budget breakdown, with supporting budget documents, detailing the fiscal 
implications of the Commission's recommendations; 

"(C) Executive branch policy* and legislative priorities of the Commission for the 
following fiscal year; and 

"(D) A summary of community outreach efforts undertaken by members" of the 
Commission;". 

Sec. 3. Fiscal impact statement. 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement in the committee report as the fiscal impact 
statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of "Columbia Home Rule Act, approved 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § 1-206.02 (c)(3)). 

Sec. 4. Effective date. 

This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto. by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), a 60-day period of Congressional review 
as provided in section 602(c)(2) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(2)), and publication in the 
District of Columbia Register. 

APPROVED: October 11, 2011. 
EFFECTIVE: January 19, 2012. 



INTERSTATE COMPACT FOR JUVENILES AMENDMENT ACT OF 2011 

Law 19-81 

Act 19-171 

AN ACT to amend An Act to reorganize the courts of the District of Columbia, to revise the 
procedures for handling juveniles in the District of Columbia, to codify title 23 of the District 
of Columbia Code, and for other purposes to authorize the Mayor to enter into a revised 
Interstate Compact for Juveniles to permit the District to continue to receive the benefits of 
this multi-state agreement. 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Interstate Compact for Juveniles Amendment Act of 2011". 

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r, Sec; % Section 402 of An Act to r reorganize the courts of the District of Columbia, to 
revise the procedures for handling juveniles in the District of Columbia, to codify title 23 of 
the District of Columbia Code, and for other purposes, approved July 29, 1970 (84 .Stat. 658; 
D.C. Code § 24-1102), is amended to read as follows: 

"Section 402. The Mayor is authorized to enter into and execute on behalf of the District a 
compact with any state or states legally joining therein in the form substantially as 'follows: 

■i ; , "THE INTERSTATE COMPACT FOR^UVENffiES^v^ { ''->* 

"Article I. / 

"''"'"Purpose; " J '"'"' ■•''"-'■;■•' :-. ,,T>, i '■• : '-- >'*■• 

■ .-,(a).The compacting states to this Interstate Compact, recognizee -that §ach statp ; is 
responsible for the proper supervision or return of juveniles,, delinquents*. ; ancL status 
offenders who are on probation or parole and who have absconded, escaped, or run ^way from 
supervision and control and in so doing have endangered their own safety arid the 'safety of 
bthers. The compacting states also recognize that each state is responsible for the safe 
return of juveniles who have run away from home and in doing so have left their state" of 
residence. The compacting states also recognize that Congress,' by enacting the Crime 
'Qontrol Act, 4 U.S.C. § 112, has authorized and encouraged compacts for copperatiye efforts 
and mutual assistance in the prevention of crime. ....- ■ - 

; , ; "(b) It is the purpose pf this, pompactj through means of joint and cooperative action among 
the compacting states, to: ■ - • . \ ■> /.- t .,;-:. ;; ;-; ':.■:..<; 

< ," : , ."(1) Ensure that the adjudicated juveniles and status offenders subject to this : compact 
are provided adequate supervision and services in the receiving state as ordered; by the 
adjudicating judge or parole authority in the sending state; ...... > 

"(2) Ensure that the public-safety interests of the citizens, including the .victims of 
juvenile offenders, in both the sending and receiving states are adequately protected; 

"(3) Return juveniles who have run away, absconded, or escaped from supervision or 
'"control or have been acc^^ v ; 

' "(4) "Make contracts for the cooperative institutipnalizationm 
states for delinquent youth needing special services; ' "'' ' 

"(5) Provide for the effective tracking and supervision of juveniles;' ' Ji V *' '*'[' 

', u (6) Equitably allocates the costs, beiiefits, arid ofelijgatibris of ^e;ddpi^^t^^t^iM^[ : r ^, A 
\l v "(7) Establish procedures to manage, the mpvement -^ 
released to the community under the jurisdiction of/q^urts^juve^ 
criminal or juvenile justice agency that has jurisdiction over juve,nile ! offend,ers ( ; J f > 4 ± {) ^\. { i: ,\( \ 

"(8) Insure that immediate notice is provided to jurisdictions, where defined offenc}er§ are 
authorized to travel or relocate across state lines; ,lU '" Ji ( "'-" 1 ' - < ii • - j * 

"(9) Establish procedures to resolve pending charges (detaiiiefs) against juvenw offend- 
ers prior to transfer or release to the community under the terms of this compact; 

"(10) Establish a system of uniform data collection on information pertaining to juveniles 
subject to this compact that allows access by authorized juvenile justice and criminal justice 
officials and regular reporting of compact activities to heads of state executive, judicial; and 
legislative branches, and juvenile and criminal justice administrators; 

"(11) Monitor compliance with rules governing interstate movement of juveniles and 
initiate interventions to address and correct noncompliance; 
"(12) Coordinate training and education regarding the regulation of interstate movement 
,,/ of juveniles for officials involved in this activity; and, < :;; ., *-..,• ? a-: f^t • *-: v v/ "■ 
..i, "(13) Coordinate the implementation arid operation of the "compact with the Interstate 
-Compact for the Placement of Children, . the Interstate Compact fdr Adult Offender 
" ; Supervision, and other compacts affecting juveniles, particularly in those qases'; where 
concurrent or overlapping supervision issues arise. 

■ "(c) It is the policy of the compacting states i^fchat the activities conducted by/the Interstate 
Commission^ created in. ■Article..' HL of this compact, ; are -the formation of public policies; and", 

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therefore, are public business. Furthermore, the compacting states shall cooperate and 
observe their individual and collective duties and responsibilities for the prompt return and 
acceptance of juveniles subject to the provisions of this compact. The provisions of this 
compact shall be reasonably and liberally construed to accomplish the purposes and policies of 
the compact. 

"Article II 
"Definitions. 

"As used in this compact, unless the context clearly requires a different construction, the 
term: 

"(1) "Bylaws" means those bylaws established by the Interstate Commission for its 
governance, or for directing or controlling its actions or conduct. 

"(2) "Compact administrator" means the individual in each compacting state, appointed 
pursuant to the terms of this compact, responsible for the administration and management 
of the state's supervision and transfer of juveniles subject to the terms of this compact, the 
rules adopted by the Interstate Commission, and policies adopted by the State Council 
under this compact. 

"(3) "Compacting state" means any state that has enacted enabling legislation for this 
compact. 

"(4) "Commissioner" means the voting representative of each compacting state appointed 
pursuant to Article III of this compact. 

"(5) "Court" means any court having jurisdiction over delinquent, neglected, or depen- 
dent children. 

"(6) "Deputy compact administrator" means the individual, if any, in each compacting 
state appointed to act on behalf of a compact administrator pursuant to the terms of this 
compact responsible for the administration and management of the state's supervision and 
transfer of juveniles, subject to the terms of this compact, the rules adopted by the 
Interstate Commission, and policies adopted by the State Council under this compact. 

"(7) "Interstate Commission" means the Interstate Commission for Juveniles created by 
Article III of this compact. 

"(8) "Juvenile" means any person defined as a juvenile in any member state or by the 
rules of the Interstate Commission, including a(n): 

"(A) "Accused delinquent" — a person charged with an offense that, if committed by 
an adult, would be a criminal offense; 

"(B) "Adjudicated delinquent" — a person found to have committed an offense that, if 
committed by an adult, would be a criminal offense; 

"(C) "Accused status offender" — a person charged with an offense that would not be 
a criminal offense if committed by an adult; 

"(D) "Adjudicated status offender" — a person found to have committed an offense 
that would not be a criminal offense if committed by an adult; and 

"(E) "Non-offender" — a person in need of supervision who has not been accused or 
adjudicated a status offender or delinquent. 

"(9) "Non-compacting state" means any state that has not enacted enabling legislation 
for this compact. 

"(10) "Probation or parole" means any kind of supervision or conditional release of 
juveniles authorized under the laws of the compacting states. 

"(11) "Rule" means a written statement by the Interstate Commission promulgated 
pursuant to Article VI of this compact that is of general applicability, implements, 
interprets, or prescribes a policy or provision of this compact, or an organizational, 
procedural, or practice requirement of the Interstate Commission, and has the force and 
effect of statutory law in a compacting state, and includes the amendment, repeal, or 
suspension of an existing rule. 

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'> ■ ,"(12) "State" means a state of the: United .States, the District of Columbia, the Common-; 
;> wealth of Puerto Rico, : the TJJ3.: Virgin Islands, Guam, American Samoa, and the Northern! 
-..Mananas. Islands.., ,.: >-.■,(■ :, t : v. ;,-.,.. . v .*;■..■■■■,. .<>,, ;, i: . ; . >■>>.:.:■:.:■>■■,■<>■, 

"Interstate Commission for Juveniles. 

"(a) The compacting states hereby create tne' interstate Commission for Juveniles. The 
Interstate Commission shall be a body corporate'' and joint agency of the compacting states. 
The Interstate Commission shall have all the responsibilities, powers, and duties set forth in 
tHis'c6m'i^t'ited : sudi , 'adc[itibM powers as may b& ''conferred upon ^ it' by subsequent action 1 of , 
the respective legislatures of the compacting states in accordance with the terms of this* 
compact/ ;: '!. ; v^' :: ■■■/■■-.'■■;.,.. ■■■;'' ■; ;■■/' .■■■ / ■■>> ■■ " ■■■■■■-'■ •■■> ' ''■•'■"" 

"(b) The Interstate Commission shall consist Of commissioners appointed by the appr6]iri- 
a v te ,; appointing authority in e s ach state pursuant to the rules and requirements of each 
compacting state v in Consultation with the State. Council for' Interstate Juvenile Supervision 
("State Council"). ■ The commissioner shall be the compact administrator, deputy compact 
administrator,- or designee-from that 1 state who shall serve on the Interstate Commission in 
. such capacity under or pursuant to the applicable law of the compacting state, i ■■£:' 

-(c) In addition to<the commissioners ".who are the voting representatives of each state,' the 
Interstate Commission shall include individuals who are not commissioners but: -who are 
members of ..interested, organizations! .Such non-commissioner member? .shall include a 
member*' of the national organizations of governors, legislators, state chief justices, attorneys 
general, Interstate Compact for Adult : Offender Supervision, Interstate Cpmpact for i4 the 
Placement of Children, juvenile' justice ^ahd juvenile Corrections officials, and 1 crii^e victims. 
All non-commissioner members of the Interstate Commission shall be ex-officio, hbri-vbting 
members. The Interstate Commission may ^provide in its. .bylaws for such additional ex- 
officio,; non-voting > members, including " members of other national organizations* in.' touch 
numbers as shall be determinedly the Interstate. Commission. > ■:.<.'.. .-? m v : ^ £ 

"(d) Each Compacting state represented at any meeting of the' Interstate Commission toh^ll 
be entitled t6 one vote. A majority of the compacting states shall constitute a quorum for -the 
transaction- of business* Sunless a 'larger quorum is required by the bylaws, of the Interstate 
Commission. ;: . ; - ! ■■£■•>< ^J\ 

."(e) , The Interstate Commission shall, meet at least once each calendar year. The chairper- 
son may call additional meetings and, upon the request of a simple majority of the compacting 
states, shall call additional meetings. Public notice shall be given , of all meetings and 
meetings shall be open to the public. ' ' ■ ,- . . 

"(f) "The Interstate Commission, shall establish an executive committee, which shall include 
Interstate Commission officers, members, and others, as determined by the bylaws. ,. The 
executive committee shall have the power to act on behalf of the Interstate Commission 
during periods when the Interstate s Commission is not in session, with ;; the exception of 
rulemaking or amending the compact. The executive committee, managed by ; an executive 
director and :tte Interstate Comnntosi'on staff, shall; 

"(1) Oversee the day-to-day 'activities Of the administration^ of the compact; : ,: ' ! * ' 

"(2) Administer enforcement and Compliance with the provisions of the "compact, its 
bylaws, and rules; and -: v ■ r :^r-'i l -' ;.-■> ;^ ;r.| ! ; 

" "(3) Perform other duties' a^ directed by the Interstate Commission or as set forth in the 
bylaws. ■■'■'- - 1 ' f - 

"(g) Each member of' the Interstate Commission shall 1 have 4 the right and power to' cast a 
vote to which that compacting state is entitled and to participate in the business and affairs f 6f 
the Interstate .Commission. .A member shall vote, in person and shall not delegate a vote to 
another compacting state; ; However, a commissioner* in consultation with the State Council, 
shall appoint another authorized representative in the absence of the commissioner from that 
state to Gastavote On behalf Of the compacting state at a specified meeting. The bylaws may 
provideior members? participation mnjeetings by telephone, or other means. of teleeommunp 
cation or electronic communication. ' . .- -, ..... , : ■.*; . ;.r,v 

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"(h) The Interstate Commission's bylaws shall establish conditions and procedures under 
which the Interstate Commission shall make its information and official records available to 
the public for inspection or copying. The Interstate Commission may exempt from disclosure 
any information or official record to the extent it would adversely affect personal-privacy 
rights or proprietary interests. 

"(i) Public notice shall be given of all meetings and all meetings shall be open to the public, 
except as set forth in the rules or as otherwise provided in the compact. The Interstate 
Commission, and any of its committees, may close a meeting to the public when it determines 
by a two-thirds vote that an open meeting would be likely to: 

"(1) Relate solely to the Interstate Commission's internal personnel practices and 
procedures; 

"(2) Disclose matters specifically exempted from disclosure by statute; 

"(3) Disclose trade secrets or commercial or financial information that is privileged or 
confidential; 

"(4) Involve accusing a person of a crime; 

"(5) Involve formally censuring a person; 

"(6) Disclose information of a personal nature where disclosure would constitute a clearly^ 
unwarranted invasion of personal privacy; 

"(7) Disclose investigative records compiled for law-enforcement purposes; 

"(8) Disclose information contained in or related to an examination or operating report or 
a condition report prepared by, on behalf of, or for the use of, the Interstate Commission, 
with respect to a regulated person or entity for the purpose of regulation or supervision of 
the person or entity; 

"(9) Disclose information, the premature disclosure of which would significantly endan- 
ger the stability of a regulated person or entity; or 

"(10) Specifically relate to the Interstate Commission's issuance of a subpoena or its 
participation in a civil action or other legal proceeding. 

"(j) For every meeting closed pursuant to subsection (i) of this article, the Interstate 
Commission's legal counsel shall publicly certify that, in the legal counsel's opinion, the 
meeting may be closed to the public, and shall reference each provision that supports the 
certified opinion. The Interstate Commission shall keep minutes, which shall fully and clearly 
describe all matters discussed in any meeting, and shall provide a full and accurate summary 
of any actions taken, and the reasons for the actions, including a description of each of the 
views expressed on any item and the record of any roll-call vote (reflected in the vote ofi each 
member on the question). All documents considered in connection with any action shall be 
identified in the minutes. 

"(k) The Interstate Commission shall collect standardized data concerning the interstate 
movement of juveniles as directed through its rules, which shall specify the data to be 
collected, the means of collection and data exchange, and reporting requirements. The 
methods of data collection, exchange, and reporting shall insofar as is reasonably possible 
conform to up-to-date technology and coordinate its information functions with the appropri- 
ate repository of records. 

"Article IV. 
"Powers and duties of the Interstate Commission. 

"The Interstate Commission shall have the power and duty to: 

"(1) Provide for dispute resolution among the compacting states; 

"(2) Promulgate rules to effect the purposes and obligations enumerated in the compact, 
which shall have the force and effect of statutory law and shall be binding in the 
compacting states to the extent and in the manner provided in this compact; 

"(3) Oversee, supervise, and coordinate the interstate movement of juveniles, subject to 
the terms of this compact and any bylaws adopted and rules promulgated by the Interstate 
Commission; 

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"(4) Enforce compliance with the ; compact provision's; /the rules promulgated Iby- Hie 
Interstate Commission, and the bylaws, using all necessary and proper means,' includihgr 
butnotlimited : to, the use of the judicial process; / ■ ■ /.,-■■>? ; r 

''(5) Establish and maintain offices, which shall be 'located within one or more of the; 1 ' 
compacting states; : ■< 

"(6) Purchase and niaintain insurance aM bonds; l / , . 

"(7) Borrow, ;accept, hire, or contract for services of personnel; , , ., < .; >, - .-,. 

"(8) Establish and appoint committees and hire staff that it considers necessary^ to carry 
„ out its ; : functions^ including, but not limited to, .an executive committee as ;: required by 
Article 111(f), which shall have the power to act on behalf of the Interstate Commission in 
carrying out the powers and duties set forth in this, article; : : , t>i 

."(9) Elect or appoint officers, attorneys, , employees, agents, arid consultants,,. 4,eterniine 
their qualifications, fix their compensation, arid define their duties; ' ";],. r [t •.'. 

"(10) Estabhsh personnel policies and programs relating, ,. to, inter, alio,-, .conflicts of 
interest, rates of compensation, and qualifications of personnel; " 

e "(11) Accept and utilize and dispose of donations and grants of money, equipment, 
supplies, 1 materials, and services; 

"(12) Lease, purchase, accept contributions or donations of , ; or otherwise to own, hold, 
improve, or use any property, real, personal, or mixed; 

'■ "(13) Sell^ convey, mortgage* pledge, lease, exchange, abandon, or othemse dispose of 
any property, real, personal, or mixed; t .. '. - ; .',.,,', . 

"(14) Establish a budget and make expenditures and levy dues as provided in Article 
VIII, of this compact; < . ;:;f iV ( ; ,-: tj . ■■■;■ ..:■- 

"(15) Sue and be sued; ■ > ,-.- ■■•>. .■>'.' ; 

l "(16) Adopt a seal and bylaws to govern its management and operation; ' ' ■ ^ : a 

"(17) Report annually to the legislatures, governors, judiciary, and State Councils' of the 
compacting states concerning its activities during the preceding year and any recommenda- 
tions that it adopted; : - ;: > 

"(18) Coordinate education, training, and public /awareness regarding the. ' 'interstate;* 
movement of juveniles for officials involved in this activity;' u \.'. ""' r [ 

"(19), Establish uniform standards for the, reporting, collecting, and exchanging of data* , 

joi ( /(20) Maintain its corporate books and records in accordance with the bylaws; and 

"(21)'Perf6rm any other functions as may be necessary or appropriate to achieve the 7 
purposes of this compact. ' '.''■'?.""' 

■■■V .■;';■■"< ■■='.■■■■ : ~' : .'i, : '"■ ^ ■■ ;'■,' ..■ "Article V. , ■',-■' -. . ...... ■ ', ■ ■ ' \ ; y.„, . 

'"Organization and operation of the Interstate Go'mmissioh. '""■ 



; "(a), Bylaws — ^ The Interstate Commission shall, by a majority of the members present, and 
voting, within 12 months after the first Interstate Commission meeting^'iadoptrbylaw^ to 
govern its conduct as may be necessary or appropriate to carry out the purposes of the 
compact, including, but not limited to: „ / ; ■ -..■ :-»," ,: 

"(1) Establishing the fiscal year of the Inter state Commission; v-i/r 

"(2) Establishing an executive committee and any other committees ;as may r b,e neces- 

saryjLi*.: .....'■.■ ..' ./ ■:> ■ / ■ ',.■, : .■ : . - 

"ffi ;; Providing for the establishment of committees governing any general or specific 

delegation of any authority or junction of the Interstate Commission; ^ v 

"(4), Providing reasonable procedures for, calling and conducting meetings of the Inter- 
state Commission and ensuring reasonable notice of each meeting; , ; .» 

: "(5); Establishing the titles and responsibilities of the officers of the Interstate Commis- 
sion; -.'!...;■. .-]{■;■:■ :< f M 

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"(6) Providing a mechanism for concluding the operations of the Interstate Commission 
and the return of any surplus funds that may exist upon the termination of the compact 
after the payment or reserving of all of its debts and obligations; 

"(7) Providing start-up rules for the initial administration of the compact; and 

"(8) Establishing standards and procedures for compliance and technical assistance in 
carrying out the compact. 

"(b) Officers and staff — (1) The Interstate Commission shall, by a majority of the 
members, elect annually from among its members a chairperson and a vice chairperson, each 
of whom shall have the authority and duties as may be specified in the bylaws. The 
chairperson or, in the chairperson's absence or disability, the vice-chairperson shall preside at 
all meetings of the Interstate Commission. These officers shall serve without compensation 
or remuneration from the Interstate Commission; provided that, subject to the availability of 
budgeted funds, these officers shall be reimbursed for any ordinary and necessary costs and 
expenses incurred by them in the performance of their duties and responsibilities as officers 
of the Interstate Commission. 

"(2) The Interstate Commission shall, through its executive committee, appoint or retain 
an executive director for the period, term, conditions, and compensation as the Interstate 
Commission considers appropriate. The executive director shall serve as secretary to the 
Interstate Commission, but shall not be a member. The executive director shall hire and 
supervise such other staff as may be authorized by the Interstate Commission. 

"(c) Qualified immunity, defense, and indemnification — (1) The Interstate Commission's 
executive director and employees shall be immune from suit and liability, personally and in 
their official capacity, for any claim for damage to or loss of property or personal injury or 
other civil liability caused or arising out of or relating to any actual or alleged act, error, or 
omission that occurred, or that the person had a reasonable basis for believing occurred, 
within the scope of his or her Interstate Commission employment, duties, or responsibilities; 
provided, that no such person shall be protected from suit or liability for any damage, loss, 
injury, or liability caused by the intentional or willful and wanton misconduct of any such 
person. 

"(2) The liability of any commissioner, or the employee or agent of a commissioner, 
acting within the scope of the person's employment or duties for acts, errors, or omissions 
occurring within the person's state may not exceed the limits of liability set forth under the 
constitution and laws of that state for state officials, employees, and agents. Nothing in 
this paragraph shall be construed to protect any such person from suit or liability for any 
damage, loss, injury, or liability caused by the intentional or willful and wanton misconduct 
of any such person. 

"(3) The Interstate Commission shall defend the executive director or the employees or 
representatives of the Interstate Commission and, subject to the approval of the Attorney 
General of the state represented by any commissioner of a compacting state, shall defend 
the commissioner or the commissioner's representatives or employees in any civil action 
seeking to impose liability arising out of any actual or alleged act, error, or omission that 
occurred within the scope of the person's Interstate Commission employment, duties, or 
responsibilities, or that the defendant had a reasonable basis for believing occurred within 
the scope of his or her Interstate Commission employment, duties, or responsibilities; 
provided, that the actual or alleged act, error, or omission did not result from intentional or 
willful and wanton misconduct on the part of such person. 

"(4) The Interstate Commission shall indemnify and hold the commissioner of a compact- 
ing state, or the commissioner's representatives or employees, or the Interstate Commis- 
sion's representatives or employees, harmless in the amount of any settlement or judgment 
obtained against the person arising out of any actual or alleged act, error, or omission that 
occurred within the scope of his or her Interstate Commission employment, duties, or 
responsibilities, or that the person had a reasonable basis for believing occurred within the 
scope of his or her Interstate Commission employment, duties, or responsibilities; provid- 
ed, that the actual or alleged act, error, or omission did not result from intentional or willful 
and wanton misconduct on the part of such person. 

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;if!K-ihms.<- i '■-; : v- : .^ ■■■ V. a '^^r. "Article VI; <?■ ; i"-" r- : '-v : ' ■' ■•■^' -'-^fi '<>>" 
1 :i ' ' *■ ' '■ "Rulemaking fanctions of the interstate Commission. ' ' 'l 11, i,l } :il 

"(a) The Interstate Commission shall promulgate and publish rules to ef^ctiy^lyu.and 
efficiently achieve the purposes of the compact. ' ."" ■ .-....... ■ ■ 

^'(b^'Rulemakirig shall occur pursuant to the criteria set forth in this article and the bylaws 
and rules adopted pursuant to this article. The rulemaking shall substantially conform'^td the 
principles of the Model State Administrative, Procedures Act (1981: Act) (Uniform! Laws 
Annotated, Vol. 15, p. 1 (2000)), or such other administrative procedures act that the* 
Interstate Commission considers appropriate, consistent with the due process requirements of 
the U.S., Constitution, as now or hereafter interpreted by the U. S; Supreme Court. ■ All rules ■> 
J and amendments shall become binding as of the date specified, as published with the final; 
version of the; rule as approved by the Interstate Commission. 

"(c) When promulgating a rule, the Interstate Commission shall, at a minimum! 
"(1) Publish the proposed rule's entire text stating the reason for the proposed rule; , v 
"(2) Allow and invite any and all, persons to. submit written data, facts, .opinions, and 
arguments, which shall be added to the record and be, made publicly available; " 
> "(3) Provide an opportunity for an informal hearing if petitioned by ,10 or more persons; 
;,and ; ' ■'. ■. .. « * ... ,.,.. ■■■:■.■. i \\ -, : , . ■ .. .., • _ . - ■ 

"(4) Promulgate a filial rule and its effective date, if appropriate, based on input from 
state and local officials or other interested parties. : , , ,, . v > 

>"(d)(l) The Interstate Commission shall allow, not later than 60 days after a rule is* 
promulgated, any interested person to file a petition for judicial review of the rule in the. 
United States District Court for the District of Columbia or in the federal district court where 
the Interstate Commission's principal office is located; If the court finds that the Interstate > 
Commission's action is not supported by substantial evidence in the rulemaking record, the/ 
court shall hold the rule unlawful and set it aside. ,^; ;/ ^- ; 

'"(2) For purposes of this subsection, evidence is substantial if it would be considered 
substantial evidence under the Model State Administrative Procedures Act. ' * " : 

- "(e) If a majority of the legislatures of the compacting states rejects a rule, those' states 
may, by enactment of a statute or adoption of a resolution, using the same manner used 'to 
adopt the compact, cause that the rule shall have no further force and effect In any 
compacting state. ■■•>■•..■■ ■ . . , ; , ^i/> 

*:$l§ The existing rules governing the operation of the Interstate Compact on Juveniles 
superseded by this act shall be null and void 12 months after the first meeting of the 
Interstate Commission. 

l "(g) Upon determination by tfie Interstate Commission that; a state-o£emergency exists, it 
may promulgate an emergency rule, which shall become effective immediately upon adoption; 
provided, that the usual rulemaking procedures provided in this article shall be retroactively 
applied to the rule as soon as reasonably "possible, but ho. later than 90 days after the effective 
date of the emergency rule. , ;" J ; ...'. '" 

^':;^ |, ;' , '-' V ;: ;.. : .■."' ; '"' ./' ; U( iArticie 'Vii. : "' r ";;'"" "';."- '.; / r !"-.;/" 1 . : \^(''' f, ^';'/ r "" r \"; fl 

to <'.?.-' v-i , "Oversight, enforcement, and, dispute resolutipn.. ,// ^ '. ic l .V; r V'^v^'^ 

"(a) Oversight — (1) The Interstate Commission /shall bversee r; the' Mniihisfea^ibn^and 
operations of the interstate movement of juveniles subject to this .compact in the compacting 
states? and shall monitor such activities being administered in nonrcompacting states that may 
si^pcantly ; affect compacting states, ,-.- < , ■,-. , > - ;, 

"(2) The courts and executive agencies in each compacting state shall enforcie tnis 
compact and shall take all actions necessary and appropriate to effectuate the compact's 
purposes and intent. The provisions of this compact and the rules promulgated pursuant'to 
this compact shall be received by all the judges, public officers, commissions, and* depart- 
ments of the state government as evidence of the authorized statute arid administrative 
rules. All courts shall take judicial notice of the- compact and the rules. The Interstate 

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Commission shall be entitled to receive all service of process in any judicial or administra- 
tive proceeding in a compacting state pertaining to the subject matter of this compact that 
may affect the powers, responsibilities, or actions of the Interstate Commission and have 
standing to intervene in the proceeding for all purposes. 

"(b) Dispute resolution — (1) The compacting states shall report to the Interstate Com- 
mission on all issues and activities necessary for the administration of the compact as well as 
on issues and activities pertaining to compliance with the provisions of the compact and its 
bylaws and rules. 

"(2) The Interstate Commission shall attempt, upon the request of a compacting state, to 
resolve any dispute or other issue that is subject to the compact that may arise among 
compacting states or between compacting and non-compacting states. The Interstate 
Commission shall promulgate a rule providing for both mediation and binding dispute 
resolution for disputes among the compacting states. 

"(3) The Interstate Commission, in the reasonable exercise of its discretion, shall enforce 
the provisions and rules of this compact using any or all means set forth in Article XL 

"Article VTIL 
"Finance. 

"(a) The Interstate Commission shall pay or provide for the payment of the reasonable 
expenses of its establishment, organization, and ongoing activities. 

"(b) The Interstate Commission shall levy and collect an annual assessment from each 
compacting state to cover the cost of the internal operations and activities of the Interstate 
Commission and the cost of its staff that shall be in a total amount sufficient to cover the 
Interstate Commission's annual budget as approved each year. The aggregate annual 
assessment shall be allocated based upon a formula to be determined by the Interstate 
Commission, which shall take into consideration the population of each compacting state and 
the volume of interstate movement of juveniles in each compacting state. The Interstate 
Commission shall promulgate a rule, which shall be binding on all compacting states, that 
governs the assessment. 

"(c) The Interstate Commission shall not incur any obligation of any kind prior to securing 
the funds adequate to meet the obligation or pledge the credit of any compacting state except 
by and with the authority of the compacting state. 

"(d) The Interstate Commission shall keep an accurate account of all receipts and disburse- 
ments. The receipts and disbursements of the Interstate Commission shall be subject to the 
audit and accounting procedures established under its bylaws. All receipts and disburse- 
ments of funds handled by the Interstate Commission shall be audited yearly by a certified or 
licensed public accountant. The report of the audit shall be included in and become part of 
the annual report of the Interstate Commission. 

"Article IX. 
"The State Council. 

"Each member state shall create a State Council for Interstate Juvenile Supervision. 
While each state may determine the membership of its own State Council, its membership 
must include at least one representative from the legislative, judicial, and executive branches 
of government and a victims' group, and include the compact administrator, deputy compact 
administrator, or designee. Each compacting state retains the right to determine the 
qualifications of the compact administrator or deputy compact administrator. Each State 
Council will advise and may exercise oversight and advocacy concerning that state's partic- 
ipation in Interstate Commission activities and duties as determined by that state, including, 
but not limited to, development of a policy concerning operations and procedures of the 
compact within that state. 

"Article X. 
"Compacting states, effective date, and amendment. 

"(a) Any state as defined in Article 11(12) is eligible to become a compacting state. 

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/■(b) The compact shall become effective and binding upon legislative" enactment* u of -. the 
compact into law by.no less than 35 states* The initial effective date shall be the later of July 
I,, 2004, pr enactment into, law by the' 35th state. > Thereafter $ it shall become effective and 
binding as to any other compacting state upon enactment, of the compact into law by that 
state. The governors of non-member states,' or their designees, shall be invited tp participate 
in the activities of the Interstate ' Commission on a nonvoting fc>asis prior to adoption of the 
compact by all states.. - 777 777 "['..'.'' 7 7-/.'. ,.[,. 7. "77 77- 

"(c) The interstate Commission may propose amendments to the compact for enactmentby 
the compacting states. No amendment shall become effective and binding upon the Inter- 
state, Commission and the compacting state^until it is,' enacted intolaw by unanimous consent 
of the compacting states. l ,"'' v '''7. ' J ">^'" ,77.7 „ '*'■■'. ,7 '7 ' 7 7 7>,77 -7 

"Withdrawal, default, termination, and .judicial enforcement. ., 

"(a) Withdrawal ^- (1) Once effective,- the compact shall continue in force' and remain 

binding upon each compacting state; provided, that a compacting state may withdraw from 

the compact by specifically repealing the statute that enacted the compact into law. 

"(2) The effective date of withdrawal is the effective date of the repeal. 

"(3) The 1 withdrawing state gh'all immediately notify, the chairperson of the. Interstate 

Commission in writing upon the introduction of legislation repealing this compact in the 

r withdrawing state. The Interstate Commission shall notify the other compacting state's 'of 

■ the withdrawing state's; intent to withdraw within 60 days of its receipt of the notice:; 

"(4) The withdrawing state is responsible for all assessments, obligations, and liabilities* 
incurred through the effective date of withdrawal, including any obligations,, the perform^ 

; aiice i "of which extend beyond the effective date s of withdrawal. \ , ' ' ; ..' 

. !"(5) Reinstatement following withdrawal of any compacting state shall occur, uppn the 

;' withdrawing state reenacting the compact or uj)on such later date, as determined by the' 
Interstate Commission. " " " u ; " ' ' 7/7. ..., . 7 './ '/.. 7/.7,7. 

f "(b) Technical assistance, fines, suspension, termination, and default — (1) If the Inter- 
state Commission determines tnat any compacting state has at any time defaulted in-: tbe 
performance of any of its obligations or responsibilities under this compact, or the bylaw f s of; 
rules, the Interstate Commission may impose any or all of the following penalties: ,, , , '.. 

y ■ ; "(A) Remedial training and technical assistance as directed by the Interstate Commis- 

■■■vSiQn; ; [-.■■ ; ;.... ;/■;:■■■■■; r ,h '^>,.)u : ' '■■■ . .;..'.::....■; ■' ;■■<■■ .. .->;* \ r, y.].r. 

'■,;■>. v j "(B) Alternative dispute resolution; ':> ^u; ^ > , ■. i ■■;■,■: ; . y. , • ■ \v 

■ " "(G) Fines, fees, 'and' costs in amounts; f considered : reasonable' / arid fixed by ' the 
Interstate Commission; and v :[ ; : ■■'■' Vi " :p - .,, : . . ,-■: 

"(D) Suspension or termination of membership in the compact, which shall be imposed 

only after all other reasonable means of securing, compliance under the bylaws or rules 

have been exhausted and the Interstate Commission has determined that the offending 

:,., state is in default. ; :, , : ■ -, <o ;i -: -.• -: , '<■ ■■;;■, -:■,.: ■■■-; ., ■■': .r..Y j 

! ■ "(2) Immediate notice of suspension shall be given b^ l the"IntersMe^'Gom^s^ioWtb i| tiief' 

Governor, the Chief Justice or the Chief judicial Officer of : th^ ^ 

'minority leaders of the defaulting state's legislature*' and the' State CbuficilF- - - : ' ">■ ' 7 « v ; '■ 

'■ : "(3) The grounds for default include, but are hot limited to, failure ^^6f a'com^ac^m^^ate' 1 

" to perform the obligations or responsibilities imposed upon it Tby 'ffiis cdi±ipact, ' tKe' ' 5Byla^i| 

or-ruies, and atiy other grounds designated iri the Interstate Commission's bylaws';ahd' 

rules. • ; '.;"■ 7 7 ' ' ". : r t 77/7' 7 "' ' ..' .. V/'-' 7 =.7 7 7 ; < 

" "(4) The Interstate Commission shall immediately notify the defaulting state in writing, 

of the penalty imposed by the Interstate Commission and of the default, pending a cure of 

the default. The Interstate Commission shall specify the conditions and the time period 

within which the defaulting state must cure its default. If the defaulting state fails to cure 

the default within the time period' specified 1 by the Interstate Commission, the defaulting 

state shall be terminated^from the.compact upon. ah, affirmative rvote of a majority of; the 

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compacting states, and all rights, privileges, and benefits conferred by this compact shall be 
terminated upon the effective date of termination. 

"(5) Within 60 days of the effective date of termination of a defaulting state, the 
Interstate Commission shall notify the Governor, the Chief Justice or Chief Judicial Officer, 
the majority and minority leaders of the defaulting state's legislature, and the State Council 
of the termination. 

"(6) The defaulting state is responsible for all assessments, obligations, and liabilities 
incurred through the effective date of termination, including any obligations, the perform- 
ance of which extends beyond the effective date of termination. 

"(7) The Interstate Commission shall not bear any costs relating to the defaulting state 
unless otherwise agreed upon in writing between the Interstate Commission and the 
defaulting state. 

"(8) Reinstatement following termination of any compacting state requires both a 
reenactment of the compact by the defaulting state and the approval of the Interstate 
Commission pursuant to the rules. 

"(c) Judicial enforcement — The Interstate Commission may, by majority vote of the 
members, initiate legal action in the United States District Court for the District of Columbia 
or, at the discretion of the Interstate Commission, in -the federal district where the Interstate 
Commission has its offices to enforce compliance with the provisions of the compact, its rules, 
or bylaws against any compacting state in default. If judicial enforcement is necessary, the 
prevailing party shall be awarded all the costs of litigation, including reasonable attorney fees. 

"(d) Dissolution of the compact — (1) The compact dissolves effective upon the date of the 
withdrawal or default of the compacting state that reduces membership in the compact to one 
compacting state. 

"(2) Upon the dissolution of this compact, the compact becomes null and void and shall 
be of no further force or effect, and the business and affairs of the Interstate Commission 
shall be concluded and any surplus funds shall be distributed in accordance with the 
bylaws. 

"Article XII. 
"Severability and construction. 

"(a) The provisions of this compact shall be severable. If any phrase, clause, sentence, or 
provision is deemed unenforceable, the remaining provisions of the compact shall be enforce- 
able. 

"(b) The provisions of this compact shall be liberally construed to effectuate its purposes. 

"Article XIII. 
"Binding effect of compact and other laws. 

"(a) Other laws — (1) Nothing in this compact shall prevent the enforcement of any other 
law of a compacting state that is not inconsistent with this compact. 

"(2) All compacting states' laws other than state constitutions and other interstate 
compacts conflicting with this compact are superseded to the extent of the conflict. 

"(b) Binding effect of the compact — (1) All lawful actions of the Interstate Commission, 
including all rules and bylaws promulgated by the Interstate Commission, are binding upon 
the compacting states. 

"(2) All agreements between the Interstate Commission and the compacting states are 
binding in accordance with their terms. 

"(3) Upon the request of a party to a conflict over the meaning or interpretation of an 
Interstate Commission action and a majority vote of the compacting states, the Interstate 
Commission may issue advisory opinions regarding the meaning or interpretation. 

"(4) In the event any provision of this compact exceeds the constitutional limits imposed 
on the legislature of any compacting state, the obligation, duty, power, or jurisdiction 
sought to be conferred by the provision upon the Interstate Commission shall be ineffective 

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arid- the- obligatiorij duty; power, or jurisdiction shall remain in the compacting" state and 
shall be exercised by the agency of the compacting state to « which the obligation* duty, 
power, or jurisdiction are delegated by law in effect at, the time tb.is compact; becomes 
effective.".^' .^ ■-, ■\\\^i'. /i: .. /, /, :, ■ ,\ ; , . < ,''-., '.--. 

, Sec; 3. ^Mscal impact statements ^-: r; ) -1 - ' ■-''■ - - : i J* 

The Council adopts the fiscalimpact statement in the committee report as the fiscal impact 
statement required by section 602(c)(3)' of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act r approved 
December 24, 1973 (87: Stat 813; : Bi3* Official Code § l-206.02(c)(3))/ >.> 

Sec.4. Effective date. ■ -:' ^-' j 

This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by the 
Mayor, acti6h by the Council to'override the veto), a J 60-day period of Congressional reyiew 
as provided in section 602(c)(2) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved 
December 24, 1973 (87. Stat 813; D.C, Official Code § l-206.02(d)(2)), and publication hi the 
Districts Columbia Register. > ■,;■ ^- . ; - * ..-„, ■> >■< 

APPROVED: October 11, 2011. - --<-' 

jEFFEC^^ , 



ELECTRICIAN EattALlH ACT 0^ 2^11 w 

'''."','. ' ;: Law 19-82 " . ..' ,: , J ' h >-.,,' jV ' : .,. ' ,. vfV 

Act 19-242, ' ir ■ \,'v ' 

AN ACT to amend Chapter 28 of Title 47 of the ; bislrict of Colunibia Official Code ta require the 
Board of Industrial Trades to license electricians with journeyman certificates from a national 
certifying organization. . : '--.\ 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE* DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Electrician Equality Act of 20il". 

' Sec. , 2. ' f Chapter 28 of Title fl' of the District b£' Columbia pfficiai Cocle is ; amended as 
follows: "" -..-.,. " '- ■ " ' ..■■■■■.-..■■ - ' ■ ■ !.-^ n, 

^[Section 47-2853.12 is amende^ as f§)llQ^^: , : v . K; . r , .;. . ,,„ ,„,; , l7 r,; t . )l( : ; ..,;.- 
(1) Subsection (c) is amended as follows: 

(A) Designate the existing text as paragraph (1). : , ., 

(B) The newly designated paragraph (1) is amended by striking the phrase "section," 
' and inserting the phrase "section and except as ; j)f6vided ; %i ? para^apk^2ij' of r tfis 

subsection," in its place; ! ■ ;j "'<■■ '■'-■ - -■ --• ^niJ 1 ^. ^v. - ^, 7^^ 

; '■ (C) A new paragraph (2) is added to read as follows: .' ; !'""?! ,V 

"(2) An applicant applying for licensure as a journeyman, electrician pursuant to 
§ 47-2853.92(b-i) shall not be required to take, an examination i demonstrating Imb^le 
the ! relevant District laws or procedures.". '*' ' " <; ' ' ' ; 

,,.,.. .(2)^ A new subsection (d-1) is added tqre^d as follows^ .. : .../. . ,. ; \ - 

"(d-1) The Board of Industrial Trades shall annually Update the list of national certifying 
organizations: required to be maintained pursuant to, subsection: (d) of this section;", ■. ; , t ' 

(b) Section ^^ /; -""T"..: 

(1) Subsection (b) is amended by striking^ the word "A11" and inserting the phrase 
. ''Except as provided in subsection (b-1) of this' subsection, an" in its place. . . ; /: ,' 

'■> (2) A new subsection (b-1) is added , to read us follows: < ■■< .- - v .i ; ; ;.o 

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"(b-l)(l) The Board shall accept, in lieu of examination and the requirements set forth in 
subsection (b) of this section, a certificate from a national certifying organization certifying 
that the applicant for licensure as a journeyman electrician: 

"(A) Has passed the organization's required examination; 

"(B) Is designated by the organization as a journeyman electrician; and 

"(C) Has not been disciplined or. otherwise disqualified by the organization. ■ 

"(2) For the purposes of this subsection, the term "national certifying organization" shall 
include a nationally recognized trade organization or labor union.". 

Sec. 3. Fiscal impact statement. 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement in the committee report as the fiscal impact 
statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(3». 

Sec. 4. Effective date. 

This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), a 30-day period of Congressional review 
as provided in section 602(c)(1) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(l)), and publication in the 
District of Columbia Register. 

APPROVED: December 16, 2011. 
EFFECTIVE: February 24, 2012. 



EXECUTIVE SERVICE COMPENSATION AMENDMENT ACT OF 2011 

Law 19-83 

Act 19-243 

AN ACT to amend the District of Columbia Government Comprehensive Merit Personnel Act of 
1978 to approve the proposed salaries of the Chief of the Metropolitan Police Department, the 
Chief of the Fire and Emergency Medical Services Department, the Chancellor of the District 
of Columbia Public Schools, and the Chief Medical Examiner, to prevent officeholders in these 
positions from receiving additional financial incentive pay, including longevity and bonus pay, 
to ensure that salaries for future officeholders in these positions are not set by virtue of what 
the current officeholders receive and that such future officeholders in these positions will be 
paid within the limits of the DX Schedule; and to amend the District of Columbia Police and 
Firemen's Salary Act of 1958 to eliminate longevity pay for the Chief of Police and Fire Chief. 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Executive Service Compensation Amendment Act of 2011". 

Sec. 2. Title X-A of the District of Columbia Government Comprehensive Merit Personnel 
Act of 1978, effective June 10, 1998 (D.C. Law 12-134; D.C. Official Code § 1-610.51 et seq.), 
is amended as follows: 

(a) Section 1052(b) (D.C. Official Code § l-610.52(b)) is amended to read as follows: 

"(b)(1) The Mayor shall designate the appropriate pay level within the range of the DX 
Schedule for each subordinate agency head position. 

"(2) Notwithstanding paragraph (1) of this subsection, the Council approves the existing 
level of compensation for the positions of the Chief of the Metropolitan Police Department 
Cathy Lanier ($253,817), the Chief of the Fire and Emergency Medical Services Depart- 
ment Kenneth Ellerbe ($187,302), the Chancellor of the District of Columbia Public Schools 
Kaya Henderson ($275,000), and the Chief Medical Examiner Dr. Marie Pierre-Louis 
($185,000). 

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'■■■ * "(3) The levels of compensation as provided in paragraph (2) of this subsection 'shall be 
;V the total annual salary amount that the present officeholder may receive. The officeholder 
may not receive longevity pay, bonus pay, including performance bonus pay* retention' pa^, ; 
per annum percentage increases for cogt-of-living purposes, or due to any /collective 
bargaining activity within the officeholder's respective agency or department,.,, or any 
equivalent financial incentives or salary enhancements; provided, v that_ the Chancellor may 
be paid an additional income allowance of $12,500, for School Year ^OlO/an order'for the 
/ partiesto meet the terms -anc| conditions of the November l,r2010 agreement : , ■■■►? r['r> 

"(4) The existing levels of compensation for the ^positions iri' paragraph (2> f 6f this 
subsection shall not be used as the basis for determining the salary of ari r officeholder in lf the 
position of Chief of Police, Fire Chief, Chief Medical Examiner,' Chancellor of the .District 
6f Columbia Public Schools, who takes office after, \ the, eifective date l of the Executive 
i5 'Service Compensation Amendment Act of 2011, passed on 2nd reacting on December 6j;20li 
(Enrolled version of Bill 19-197): Each position in paragraph (2) of this subsection shallbe* 
subject to compensation within the limits of the DX Schedule, except as provided by this 

^(b) A hew section 1064 is wadded to read as follows:- ; v ■ v ,:<?vi.<. 

£"Sec. 1064. Employment contracts with subordinate agency heads. , ! ' t " : " :' ; ;f 

"(a) The Mayor shall riot enter into an employment contract with a subordinate agency 
head that contains terms and conditions of employment that are inconsistent with existing 
law. j — : ■■'- ? '■ :! ' : '^' * "■■ ;:; - '^' ;■■'*■'; -i." ! - 

"(b) If the Mayor executes an employment contract with a subordinate agency head' in the 
Executive Service, the contract shall be posted to the website of the District of Columbia 
Department of Human Resources within 30 days of signing. The requirement to post the 
contract shall be subject to relevant exemptions pursuant to section 204 of the District of 
Columbia Administrative ^oe&dwfel&^^e^v^/M^^ 25, 1977 (D.C. Law 1-96; Bf.C. 
Official Code § 2-534), and required disclosures pursuant to section 206 of the District of 
Columbia Administrative Procedure Act, effective March 25, 1977 (D.C. Law 1-96; D.C. 
Official Code § 2-536). f ' " 

"(c) An employment contract, if any, with- a, subordinate agency head shall be transmitted 
to the Council simultaneously with the transmittal of the nomination of the subordinate 
agency head.". ■■•■:.;■■'/ i^.TM.^ii.:-:- 1 ;^':" u,-,': ■.■,■;■: h-,,^ «j ~?:st 77 

'Sec. 3,- Section 401(a) of the District of Columbia 1 P6^ 

approved August 1, 1958 (72 Stat. 481; MT. Official CocUjI 5-544.di(a)),Ms" l kmended as 

follOWS:. .■ ., .; ;...,■ p ■: ,■ •-'.■ . . ,. ,...,.,. , ■; ,,.. ., W : ,„. 

"(a) Paragraph (1) is amended by striking the phraser "InisrecognitiOn^of lorig-anditfaithful 

continuous service, except as provided in paragra^hKlA^ofrthis^subsectioiTiieacb officer iand 

member in the active service on or after the effective date -oft the/ District! f o'f©o]Aimbia^Police 

arid Firemen's Salary Act Amendments of 1972 shall receive' p T er aMu^'^ i ^iiidM6Yi ,> 'ii) ,! the 

rate of basic compensation prescribed in the salary schedule contained in section 101 of this 

Act; an amount computed in accordance with the following taBle?* a ; rid®^erIng r 9ie r i)nrSse 

"In recognition of long and faithful continuous service, each officer arid member irthe^active'; 

service on or after the effective date of the District of Columbia Police and Firemen's Salary 

Act Amendments of 1972, except for the Chief of police and the' Fire Chief, shall receive per 

annum, in addition to the rate of basic compensation prescribed in the salary schedule 

contained in section 101, an amount computed in accordance with the following table:" irr its' 

place. ■,,., ,.,.,'■;■ , ; . ;, : . ,. ;■-. .;■,;.(:..■ ,:.-.0- / ,.-. : > ... ; ■;..■■ rv-v.^ ■ \- 

(b) 'Paragraph (1A) is repealed, ... ..,.-■,-.,., , > .,,■..,-,.; . , - -.■,■■. ; v . ' v r ' 

Sec. 4. Fiscal impact statement. .;-■■■■"•- , : , ; f ; /^ > > ., ■■•."■■■■ ::"o f ^ 

The Council adopts, the fiscal impact, statement in the committee report as the .fiscal impact 

statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved 

December24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § 1^06\02(c)(3)) ; ; ■ ■ - h , V |" ; ; i 

Sec. 5.- Effective date. ..y ; -. .■.'■;,. . ,,. ■ /:■■;.: ; ;.,i <..„ ; '■"' ,<• ■-, .• ■«. ' .,.■■,,■,■. 

This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event"' of Veto by the 

Mayor, action by the , Council to override the veto), a 30-day period of Congressional review 

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2011 Legislation Law 19-84, § 2(a) 

as provided in section 602(c)(1) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(l)), and publication in the 
District of Columbia Register. 

APPROVED: December 16, 2011. 
EFFECTIVE: February 24, 2012. 



WORKFORCE INTERMEDIARY ESTABLISHMENT AND REFORM 
OF FIRST SOURCE AMENDMENT ACT OF 2011 

Law 19-84 

Act 19-244 

AN ACT to amend the First Source Employment Agreement Act of 1984 to clarify and add 
definitions, to require that the Department of Employment Services ("DOES") receive 7 days 
notice prior to any new First Source project moving forward, to increase the base subsidy level 
that triggers First Source agreements to $300,000 and to require that each government-assisted 
construction project receiving government assistance totaling $5 million or more adhere to 
enhanced First Source hiring requirements, to update reporting requirements associated with 
the hiring requirements, to require DOES to issue new hiring and reporting requirements for 
government-assisted non-construction projects that receive government assistance of $5 million 
or more, to allow beneficiaries to double-count hours worked by District residents who are 
hard to employ, to clarify the duration of time beneficiaries are subject to First Source 
requirements, to allow beneficiaries to count hours that exceeded previous requirements 
towards their current requirements, to require bidders and offerors of government contracts 
valued at $5 million or more to submit initial employment plans that review past compliance 
and employment practices as part of their bid package that will be scored and will account for 
10% of their total bid score, to require beneficiaries to submit a detailed employment plan that 
identifies specific details regarding associated jobs and strategies to meet their hiring require- 
ments, to require the Mayor to review and report to the Council the appropriateness of the 
hiring and reporting requirements every 3 years, to allow DOES to consider altering the ratio 
of journey worker to apprentice positions based on a compelling District-resident hiring 
rationale, to require specific documentation evidencing a good-faith effort to comply with First 
Source requirements prior to obtaining a waiver from a First Source employment agreement, 
to include additional pro-rated fines for not reaching specific hiring requirements, to debar 
from consideration for award of contracts and to deem ineligible of consideration for govern- 
ment-assisted projects those who have been found in violation 2 times over a 10-year period, to 
provide online public access to executed First Source employment agreements, current compli- 
ance status of each project, and the contact information for the relevant compliance officer, to 
establish a workforce intermediary pilot program that shall act as an intermediary between 
employers and training providers to provide employers with qualified job applicants, and to 
establish a workforce trust fund in which contributions and monetary fines for breach of First 
Source employment agreements shall be deposited for the purpose of establishing and operat- 
ing a District of Columbia workforce intermediary program. 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Workforce Intermediary Establishment and Reform of First Source 
Amendment Act of 2011". 

Sec. 2. The First Source Employment Agreement Act of 1984, effective June 29, 1984 
(D.C. Law 5-93; D.C. Official Code § 2-219.01 et seq.) } is amended as follows: 

(a) Section 2 (D.C. Official Code § 2-219.01) is amended as follows: 

(1) Paragraph (1) is amended as follows: 

(A) Subparagraph (A) is amended as follows: 

(i) Strike the phrase ", or the successful applicant for any street or alley closing 
pursuant to the Street and Ally Closing and Acquisition Procedures Act of 1982, 
effective March 10, 1983 (D.C. Law 4-201; D.C. Official Code § 9-201.01 et seq.)."- 

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i <' ■ (ii) Strike the phrase "goveniment-assisted project" and insert the phrase' "govern^ 

•-' ment-assisted project or contraction its place. - '*< •',■'. ■■; M.-.ir-;'; < ? - .( 

(B) Subparagraph (B) is amended as follows: 

(i) Strike the phrase "A beneficiary" and insert the phrase "A recipient" in its place. 

(ii) Strike the word "public". 

(iii) Strike the figure "$100,000" and insert the figure "$300,000" in its place. 

(C) Subparagraph, (C) is amended ag. follows:, ,. 

(i) Strike the phrase "a direct beneficiary' and insert the phrase "aHirect recipient" 
in its place. '■■■■■■' : ■ w ' ■ ■ " ' l ■■■■■' > , . '■ ■■■..,■ 

(ii) Strike the figure "$100,000" an4 insert the figure "$300,000" in its place. 

(iii) Strike the phrase "; provided, that obligations imposed by this title shall apply 
only for 5 years following the commencement of the tenant's initial lease date of the 
real estate. Developers of a government-assisted project with retail and commercial 

'"'.; .tenants that directly benefittedfrom that assistahceshall require those tenants tti sigh 
an agreement stating that the tenants will adhere to' the : r^quir'e'ffien : ts i bf'lMs"'a^; f for 5 

] r ' years following the commencement of the tenant's ihitiallease date". ; ■■■ " : 'i ; f ■ ■'■;" 

■.,.(2) Paragraph (3) is amended by striking the phrase, "managerial, nonmanagerial,",and 
inserting the phrase "union, and non-union managerial,, ; nonmanagerial" in ..its place. 

(3) Paragraph (5) is amended to. reM as follows: ' "."..?■ [1.^2^!-. 

■> "(5) "Government-assisted project or contract" means any construction or non^-construc- 
tiori project or contract receiving funds or resources from the District of Columbia, or funds 
or resources which, in accordance with a federal grant or otherwise, the ■ District of 
Columbia government administers, including contracts, grants, loans, tax abatements or 
exemptions, land transfers, land disposition and development agreements, tax increment 

■ financing, or any combination thereof, that is valued at $300,000 or more.". ' ," '. ' *; ; ; - 

(4) Paragraph (6) is amended by striking the phrase "government-assisted project" : -and 
inserting the phrase "government-assisted project or contract" in its place. / >;; ;j ; 

] (5) New paragraphs (7), (8), (9), and (10) are added to read as follows: '.'.'.. '.. , ,. , [^ •>, 

"(7) "Hard to employ" means a District resident who is confirmed by a ^District of 
Columbia government agency as: 1 : iTi ' • V .."'! .- - ' ' ' : r - 

, "(A) An. ex-offender who has been; released from prison within the last 10. years; , - ■ 

f ; ; ; "(B) A participant of the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families program? ; ' ";' f \ 

;■: "(G) A participant of the Supplemental: Nutrition Assistance Program;. .,< , , -a--. 

"/ "(D) Living with a permanent disability verffie'd by the Social Security Administration 
or District vocational rehabilitation program: rls «: fr _. . ... .-*■.,.,. 

■ >■ "■■'<' "(E) Unemployed for 6 months or more in ^ the last 12-mOnth ^period; v ' . - •>■< v >^\ 

„ yT -^ „ , .:..;. , ■■- •» .: ■,■■■.■•■;• ijfjj 'y a^ .:■-■■■• ..i.iijTLi^ '* "i^ \ ■< v. : ?■-".' ■ ■ -v-i 

"(F) Homeless; J 

"(G) 'A participant or graduate of the Transitional^ Employment Progra'ni established 
: by section 2102 of the Transitional Employment Program and Apprenticeship Initiative; 
Establishment Act of 2005, effective October 20, 2005 (D.C. Law 16-33; -D.C, Official 
, Code § 32-1331); or 

"(H) An individual who qualified for .inclusion in the Work Opportunity Tax Cre^ 
Program as certified by the Department of Employment Services. 

"(8) "Direct labor costs" means all costs, including wages and benefits, associated with 
the hiring and employment of personnel assigned to a process iii which payroll expenses 
are traced to the units of output and are included in the cost of goods sold. > : ' -* - 

"(9) "Indirect labor costs" rriean^ all costs/ including wages and benefits* that are part of 
f- operating expenses and are associated with the .hiring arid ; empl6ynient^of personnel 
■'" assigned to tasks other than producing products. ■ >■ '■■ ■"'■>! y-^ "■< ■■■' : 'V -w^'-OV.' 

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2011 Legislation Law 19-84, § 2(b) 

"(10) "Workforce Act" means the Workforce Intermediary Establishment and Reform of 
the First Source Amendment Act of 2011, passed on 2nd reading on December 6, 2011 
(EnroUed version of Bill 19-50).". 

(b) Section 4 (D.C. Official Code § 2-219.03) is amended as follows: 

(1) Subsection (a) is amended by striking the phrase "government-assisted project" 
wherever it appears and inserting the phrase "government-assisted project or contract" in 
its place. 

(2) Subsection (c) is amended to read as follows: 

"(c) The Mayor shall transmit each employment agreement to the Department of Employ- 
ment Services no less than 7 calendar days in advance of the project or contract start date, 
whichever is later, and no work associated with the relevant government assistance can begin 
on a project or contract until the employment agreement has been accepted by the 
Department of Employment Services.". 

(3) Subsection (d) is repealed. 

(4) Subsection (e) is amended as follows: 

(A) Paragraph 1 is amended to read as follows: 

"(1)(A) The Mayor shall include in each government-assisted project or contract that 
receives government assistance totaling between $300,000 and $5,000,000, a provision that 
at least 51% of the new employees hired to work on the project or contract shall be District 
residents. Collective bargaining agreements shall not be the basis for a waiver from this 
requirement. 

"(B) Prior to the employment agreement being accepted by the Department of 
Employment Services, each beneficiary covered by this paragraph shall choose whether 
the 51% of the new employees hired shall be: 

"(i) Cumulative of all new hires, including those made by all subcontractors at any 
tier who work on the project or contract; or 

"(ii) Met by each beneficiary covered by this paragraph and each individual subcon- 
tractor at any tier who works on the project or contract. 

"(C) Each beneficiary covered by this paragraph shall submit to the Department of 
Employment Services each month following the start of the project or contract a hiring 
•compliance report for the project or contract that includes the: 

"(i) Number of employees who worked on the project or contract; 

"(ii) Number of current employees transferred; 

"(iii) Number of new job openings created; 

"(iv) Number of job openings created by employee attrition; 

"(v) Number of job openings listed with the Department of Employment Services; 

"(vi) Total monthly direct and indirect labor costs associated with the project or 
contract; 

"(vii) Total number of all District residents hired for the reporting period and the 
cumulative total number of District residents hired; and 

"(viii) Total number of all employees hired for the reporting period and the 
cumulative total number of employees hired, including each employee's: 

"(I) Name; 

"(II) Social security number; 

"(III) Job title; 

"(IV) Hire date; 

"(V) Residence; and 

"(VI) Referral source for all new hires. 

"(D)(i) Government-assisted construction projects or contracts covered by this para- 
graph shall be subject to the hiring and reporting requirements set forth in this 

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paragraph until .Gbhstoictipn:is■^completed■iand^a^■fiIial certMcate ' of s :o:cciipancy hWbeen 
' ■ ■ issued/ /■'; ' ! . ;'■■■■ ■■.<.. ..'■ > ( ' : - > ■. ■■ ■'■-■>■■! ■>■; ;■■:■ ■ - ' : \! 'W, 

"(ii) Government^assisted non-construction projects or contracts covered : by this 
paragraph shall L b.e subject to the, hiring and reportingi requirements set fori>h% this 
. ; , paragraph for as long as the benefit- is being received. , ,, : ;j 

"(in>A retail Or commercial tenant that isa: ibeneficiary 'as, defined; under section 
2(1)(C) and is covered by this paragraph shall be subject to the hiring and reporting 
requirements set forth in this paragraph for 5 years following the .commencement of 
the tenant's initial lease date.". ""'' w ' \_ r 

y (B) New paragraphs (1A), (IB), and (lC) : ^e added tpreajcl as follows: ,,'" ,,, V; '.',...„, 

"(1A)(A) The Mayor shall include in each government--assisted construction' project; Or 

contract ; that receives government assistance ; totaling $5 million: or more, a; provision 

requiring that: ;\,- ; . m'Iv..; \u\-.:: , .. .,i> ; o-f ^ 

"(i) At least 20% of journey worker hours by trade -shall te performed by 1 District 
residents; ,:■..<; ^ ,. ,^, f ... , .= :■.-,:- ,m > 

"(ii) At least 60% of apprentice hours by trad^. ^hall be performed by District 
lVj _ residents; . '[ .' . " '... ; 

";'\ \ .'..,._ "(iii) At least 51%> of the skilled, laborer hoursj by . trade . shall be performed,, by 

District residents; and / .. ' . . ■«..." ' - 

, : , ; . "(iv) At least 7Q% of common laborer hours shall t>e; performed, by District residents. 

"(B) Collective bargaining agreements shall not be a basis for a waiver frorn' 5 this 
: ; - : requirement. ' ^ J ■■■■ ■■■■.■■->.■. ■■>-:■.'■ ■■■■.-.■ . :■.-, /i; ■■■;■•■■■ ,\r-i . ■■■ , ,: -^ .;■■ ■;"■'■'. 

""(C) As part of the employment rjlari required by subparagraph (F)(ii) of this iv .para- 
graph, each beneficiary covered by this paragraph shall choose whether all residency 
work requirements shall be: /; ,., ; / ^ ; : , 

"(i) Cumulative of all hours worked? including those hours worked by subcontractors 
at any tier who wOrk on the project or contract; or > : v i 7 m" 

"(ii) Met by each beneficiary covered by 1 this paragraph and each ihdividustl's'ubcon- 
■!■:■■ , -, tractor at any tier who works on the projector contract ;i ■•*. ■/ 

1 ■ r '' "(D) Each month following the' start of thfe project or contract, beneficiaries covered 

by this paragraph shall submit to the Department of Employment Services copies of 

their monthly arid cumulative ^certified payrolls* monthly and cumulative certified payrolls 

, from all subcontractors at any tier working on the project or contact, as- well as a report 

'° m the total monthly direct and k indirect labor costs .associated with the project or 

contract. ' VV;: '■'■■■' ; - " '■ ; ' :<: ^ " rv: : '"'"'- :; -- - ;/: 

"(E) Governments-assisted 'con'striictioh projecl;s ; Or c^ntract^ coVerM by this para- 
graph shall be subject to the hiring and reporting, requirements set: forth in this 
t:i| paragraph until construction is .completed ,and ; a ^^..c^t^iQ^^pf.Qccupa^cjr^has been 
' issued. : ' "' ' '' . " '" ' ■'■■'-■'. • ■ ' ^ ^ ^ ^ 

; "(F)(i) Bids and proposals responding to a spHcitation ( .^or. : a,gpyernrnent-assisted 
'""' project or contract covered by this paragraph shall incjucje ^Wtia^Vempto^eiit plan 
outlining the bidder or offeror's strategy to meet the local hiring requirements as part of 
its response to the solicitation. These plans shall "be evaluated arid scored by the Mayor 
based on the criteria listed iri sub-sub-subparagraphs ' (I), (II), and : (III) of' this sub- 
subparagraph. The evaluation shall be worth 10% of the overall score of the bid or 
proposal. The employment plan shall include the following: .,, ■■■.,» 

"(I) Descriptions of the health and retirement benefits provided to ; employees who 
v worked on any of. the bidder or offeror's past 3 completed projects or contracts; 

"(II) A description of the bidder or offeror's efforts to provide District residents 

with ongoing employment and training opportunities after' they complete work on 

the job for which they were initially hired; and; '^ ■ ■■■n< v-, ; y ; ■>. >'j 'IV 

: "(III) A disclosure [ of past compliance with the Workforce Act andthi& J Davis- 

- Bacon Act of 1931, approved March 3, 1931 (46 Stat 1494;/ 40 U.SiC. § ..iBUfoet'$eq.) 

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("Davis-Bacon Act"), where applicable, on projects or contracts completed within the 
last 2 years. 

"(ii) The winning bidder or offeror shall submit a revised employment plan to the 
Mayor for approval prior to beginning work associated with the relevant government 
project or contract. The employment plan shall include: 

"(I) A projection of the total number of hours to be worked on the project or 
contract by trade; 

"(II) A projection of the total number of journey worker hours, by trade, to be 
worked on the project or contract and the total number of journey worker hours, by 
trade, to be worked by District residents; 

"(III) A projection of the total number of apprentice hours, by trade, to be 
worked on the project or contract and the total number of apprentice hours, by 
trade, to be worked by District residents; 

"(IV) A projection of the total number of skilled laborer hours, by trade, to be 
worked on the project or contract and the total number of skilled laborer hours, by 
trade, to be worked by District residents; 

"(V) A projection of the total number of common laborer hours to be worked on 
the project or contract and the total number of common laborer hours to be worked 
by District residents; 

"(VI) A timetable outlining the total hours worked by trade over the life of the 
project or contract and an associated hiring schedule; 

"(VII) Descriptions of the skill requirements by job title or position, including 
industry-recognized certifications required for the different positions; 

"(VIII) A strategy to fill the hours required to be worked by District residents 
pursuant to this paragraph, including a component on communicating these require- 
ments to contractors and subcontractors and a component on potential community 
outreach partnerships with' the University of the District of Columbia, the University 
of the District of Columbia Community College, the Department of Employment 
Services, Jointly Funded Apprenticeship Programs, or other government-approved, 
community-based job training providers; 

"(IX) A remediation strategy to ameliorate any problems associated with meeting 
these hiring requirements, including any problems encountered with contractors and 
subcontractors; 

"(X) The designation of a senior official from the general contractor who will be 
responsible for implementing the hiring and reporting requirements; 

"(XI) Descriptions of the health and retirement benefits that will be provided to 
District residents working on the project or contract; 

"(XII) A strategy to ensure that District residents who work on the project or 
contract receive ongoing employment and training opportunities after they complete 
work on the job for which they were initially hired and a review of past practices in 
continuing to employ District residents from one project or contract to the- next; 

"(XIII) A strategy to hire graduates of District of Columbia Public Schools, 
District of Columbia public charter schools, and community-based job training 
providers, and hard-to-employ residents; and 

"(XIV) A disclosure of past compliance with the Workforce Act and the Davis- 
Bacon Act, where applicable, and the bidder or offeror's general District-resident 
hiring practices on projects or contracts completed within the last 2 years. 

"(iii) The Mayor shall require all beneficiaries of government-assisted projects or 
contracts covered by this paragraph that are not awarded through the contracting 
process to develop and submit to the Department of Employment Services the 
employment plan required in sub-subparagraph (ii) of this subparagraph. 

"(iv) Once approved, the employment plan required by sub-subparagraph (ii) of this 
subparagraph shall not be amended except with the approval of the Mayor. 

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-■.'■ ;"(G) For the purpose of calculating hours worked by District residents, beneficiaries 

covered by this paragraph may receive double credit for hours worked by District 

residents who are certified by the Department of Employment. Services as hard to 

. , employ as long as they include the resident's hard-to-employ certification, as part: of the 

* monthly reporting. No more than 15% of the total hours worked by district residents 

may be comprised of double-credit hours. ' 

' *"(H) For the purpose of calculating hours worked by District residents, beneficiaries 
covered by this paragraph may count any hours worked by District residents on other 
' - "completed projects or contracts subject to and in excess of the Workforce Act's hiring 
■' ■■ .• requirements that are certified by the Mayor, ■'■.■'■•,■>■■ ^ ^ <?; ^ (W? 

"(I) Within one year of the effective date of the Wbrlcforce Act, tiie Mayor shall review 

' the hiring and reporting requirements set forth by this paragraph to ; determine the 

■:■'.' 'appropriateness of each percentage and make relevant findings of the determination in a 

report to the Council. After the initial submissions of : ; this report the Mayor shall 

.,,! .regularly, but at least once, every 3 years, conduct a r ,new review of the hiring and 

/ reporting requirements set forth by this paragraph to determine the appropriateness of 

"> each percentage and make relevant findings of the determination, in ,a .report to the 

■^ Council. . „ 

; , "(J) The Department, of Employment Services shall consider requests from beneficia- 

J """ ries to recommend to the D.C. Apprenticeship Council to alter the ratio of journey 

worker to apprentice positions as long as the request does not jeopardize the quality or 

(; ' safety of the project or contract and there is a compelling District-resident hiring 

rationale, > " , ( ■. ■■> . . . ■ i ' ;- L ' >\ 

^1B)(A) Within 1 ttrie year, of the" effective date of the Workforce Afet, the Mayor shall 
issue. rules establishing enhanced hiring and reporting requirements for government- 
assisted nOn-construction projects or contracts that receive government assistance totaling 
: j $5. million or more. - - ^ ■■ ■, ',; : 

' - "(B)(i) These rules shall include industry-specific requirements by percentage of total 
'hours worked for full-time and part-time hourly wage employees and by percentage of 
full-time and part-time salaried employees, broken out by job category. The proposed 
"rules shall also establish the length 1 of tirxie that these projects or contracts shall comply 
with the hiring and reporting requirements. : . i: 

:■■'; '■•■'■■>'~ ) ' %&) The proposed rules' shaUte submitted to the Couriiail for a 45^day period of 
1 — - review, excluding Saturdays', Sundays;* legal holidays, and days of 'Council recess. If 
the Council does not approve or disapprove the proposed rules, by resolution, within 
■■: u' this 45-day review period, the proposei c rul§s ; .shall be deemed disapproved:. 

"(iii) Until the final rules have beenadoptediafter approval by the< Council -pursuant 
, .-,.. .-.to this paragraph and paragraph (lC)(F).oij jthisj subsection, governnienfcassisted non- 
construction projects or. contracts that receive^ government assistar^Qefv totaling $5 
milhon. or more shall be subject to the hiring and reporting requirements, set forth in 

paragraph (1) oi this subsection. j '""'' ' '' , v ^ ! .' lii! 

Fr.:'-'.:-:..^-. ■■ . ■■*■ ■ ■ :i:j -■^.■:ty. ■•■./■■ ■ .yvi ■i ( y;i'i:i :.(■••» 

. , "(1C)(A) Once final. rules have been adopted after Council,. approval pupsuaru: to para- 

■,; graph (IB) of this subsection and subparagraph (F) of this i paragraph, f^e -Mayor shall 
Include these District hiring and reporting requirements in each government-assisted non- 

' construction project or contract that receives government assistance totaling $5 million or 
more. These government-assisted non-constractiori projects or contracts shall be subject 
to the procedures set forth in this paragraph. ■•■'{. 

s '"(B)(i) Bids and ' proposals responding to a solicitation for a government-assisted 

'project or contract covered by this paragraph shall include an initial employment plan 

outlining the bidder or offeror's strategy to meet the local hiring requirements as part of 

its response to the solicitation; These plans shall be evaluated and scored by the Mayor 

based on the criteria listed in sub-sub-subparagraphs (I), (II), and (III) of this sub- 

; subparagraph. The evaluation shall be worth 10% of the overall score ofrthebid or 

proposal The employment plan shall include the following: • " . ; -. i :<.y,; l .. v, 
. p ■ ■ * : r , ,; " ' , "(I) Descriptions of the health and retirement benefits provided to employees who 
worked On any of the bidder or offeror's past. 3 completed projects; or f, contracts; 

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"(II) A description of the bidder or offeror's efforts to provide- District residents 
with ongoing employment, training, and career advancement opportunities; and 

"(III) A disclosure of past compliance with the Workforce Act, where applicable, 
on projects or contracts completed within the past 2 years. 

"(ii) The winning bidder or offeror shall submit a revised employment plan to the 
Mayor for approval, before beginning work associated with the project or contract. 
The revised employment plan shall include: 

"(I) A projection of the total number of hours to be worked by full-time and part- 
time hourly wage employees on an annual basis by job category and the total 
number of hours to be worked by full-time and part-time hourly wage employees 
who are District residents; 

"(II) A projection of the total number of full-time and part-time salaried employ- 
ees on an annual basis by job category and the total number of full-time and part- 
time salaried employees that will be District residents; 

"(III) A timetable outlining the total hours worked by full-time and part-time 
hourly wage employees by job category and the total number of full-time and part- 
time salaried employees by job category over the duration of the life of the hiring 
• requirements set forth by the Department of Employment Services and an associat- 
ed hiring schedule which predicts when specific job openings will be available; 
"(IV) Descriptions of the skill requirements, including industry-recognized certifi- 
cations required for the different positions; 

"(V) A strategy to fill the District-resident hiring requirements; including whether 
the bidder plans to pursue potential community outreach partnerships with the 
University of the District of Columbia, the University of the District of Columbia 
Community College, the Department of Employment Services, or other government- 
approved, community-based job training providers; 

"(VI) A remediation strategy to ameliorate any problems associated with meeting 
these hiring requirements; 

"(VTI) The designation of a senior official from the beneficiary who will be 
responsible for implementing the hiring and reporting requirements; 

"(VIII) Descriptions of the health and retirement benefits that will be provided to 
District residents working on the project or contract; 

"(IX) A strategy to hire graduates of District of Columbia Public Schools, District 
of Columbia public charter schools, and community-based job training providers, and 
hard-to- employ residents; and 

"(X) A disclosure of past compliance with the Workforce Act, where applicable, 
and the bidder or offeror's general District hiring practices on projects or contracts 
completed within the past 2 years. 

"(iii) The Mayor shall require all beneficiaries of government-assisted projects or 
contracts covered by this paragraph that are not awarded through the contracting 
process to develop and submit to the Department of Employment Services the 
employment plan required in sub-subparagraph (ii) of this subparagraph. 

"(iv) Once approved, the employment plan required by sub-subparagraph (ii) of this 
subparagraph shall not be amended except with the approval of the Mayor. 

"(C) For the purpose of calculating hours worked and full-time and part-time salaried 
positions filled by District residents, beneficiaries covered by this paragraph may receive 
double credit for hours worked and for full-time and part-time salaried positions filled by 
District residents who are certified by the Department of Employment Services as, hard 
to employ as long as they include the resident's hard-to-employ certification as part of 
the monthly reporting. No more than 15% of the total hours worked and full-time and 
part-time salaried positions filled by hard-to-employ District residents may be comprised 
of double-credit hours or double-credit full-time and part-time salaried positions. 

"(D) For the purpose of calculating hours worked and full-time and part-time salaried 
positions filled by District residents, beneficiaries covered by this paragraph may count 

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''any hours worked and fulttimfe 1 and part-time salaried positioris filled 'by District 
residents on other completed projects or contracts subject to and in excess of the 
Workforce Act's hiring requirements that are certified by the Mayor, , 

"(E) Within one year of the effective date of the rules approved by the Council 

: pursuant to paragraph (IB) of : this, subsection, the Mayor shall review the -hiring and 

; : v; reporting requirements, set forth by this paragraph to determine the appropriateness of 

each percentage and make relevant findings of the determination in a report submitted to 

the Council. After the initial submission of this report thaMaypr shall regularly, but at 

r . least once every 3 years, conduct a new review of the, hiring and reporting requirements 

set forth by this paragraph to determine the appropriate^ and 

make relevant findings of the determination in a 'report: submitted to h tfe Council. 

"(F) Within 90 days of the effective date of the rules approved by .the Council pursuant 
to paragraph (IB) of this subsectipn, the Mayor shall issue rules to /implement the 
provisions of this paragraph. The proposed rules shall be submitted to the, Council for a 
45-day period of review, excluding Saturdays, Sundays, legal holidays, and days of 
Council recess. If the Council does nPt approve or disapprove the proposed, rules, in 
whole or in part, by resolution within this 45-day review period, the proposed rules shall 
be deemed approved.": * ' : ■."-';■■". ! ' ; ; : " ■ 7 

;. ..(C) Paragraph (2) is amended to read as follows: ...■■-'■.. ■ -.".. v ; 

,"(2) ; With the submission , p£ ,j:he final request ■• for payment from- the. District, the 
beneficiary shall: ' ','" * J, -!.■/; 

■: i: ; "(A) Document in a report : t;o,tlie Mayor its compliance with paragraph (1), (1A), (IB), 

x)r.(lC) of this subsection;, or ;? ,. : , ( ,., l . , ••;,'., •■.■'/,: 

' '. '■ r "(B) Submit a request/to the 'Mayor for a waiver of compliance with paragraphs (1), 
■ (1A), (IB), or (1C) of this subsectiony which shall include the following documentation: 

"(i) Material supporting a gPod-faitH efrbrt to comply; t l . ; 

"■'"" ' ' "(ii) Eeferrals provided bytnes Department of Empibyment Services ; and other 
referral sources; and •■■.■••■■•- ■ < w^s 

"(iii) Advertisement of job openings listed vrtth'the^D^^ 

Services and other referral sources.". ' ' ' [ ' '' 

■■■■. : - ■■'-.■■ - . . : ■ ■■ • .'.■■■•;•••;. :,'.:.; h.i ■■■ i^ -; ;vf=--.*j- ?n i il-.Wy* 

(D) Paragraph (3) is amended to read as follows: , . .., - , : , ri , t] ,; , Vi , .. /;i . Ai 

"(3)(A) The Mayor may waive the. provisions of paragraph (1), : (lA) (>; QB^or-(lC) of this 
subsectipn if the Mayor finds that: r '.■.=• .• ,- ,-;? h-,/:r": ,-_> *■. , 

"(i) The Department of Employment Services has certified that' 'a good- faith effort 
, : i. to comply has been demonstrated by the beneficiary; , ; ; . /■ ( ' ; iJ 

"(ii)(I) The beneficiary is located outside of the Washington Standard Metropolitan 
Statistical Area; ' ' : ' ! 

"(II) None of the contract work is performed inside the Washington Standard 
Metropolitan Statistical Area; ' . ''' 

"(III) The beneficiary published each job opening or part-time work needed for 7 
. calendar days in a District newspaper of city-wide circulation; and V " \ ._ 

"(IV) The Department , of Employment Services certifies that there aire insuffi- 
cient eligible applicants from the First Source Eegister that possess' the skills 
required by the positions, or the eligible applicants are hPt 1 available for part-time 
: - ; . work or do not have a means to travel to the onsite job; or ,; ^ ■■'■} J "'''/':■ 
. . ?! u "(iii) The beneficiary enters into: .a special workforce development training or 
. ...'. placement arrangement with the Department of .Employment Services,./ , ( ~ t ,,./.,', 

'■' -■ "(B) The Department of Employment Services shall consider- the following ! when 
^making a determination of a good-faith effort to comply: . ; ■ ;- ,; : ■!■■■•> ,.':■.*: 

"(i) Whether the Department of Employment Services has certified that there' is an 
■insufficient number of District residents ' in the labor market who; possess 'the skills 
' required to fill the positions that were created as a result of the project- Precontract; 

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"(ii) Whether the beneficiary posted the jobs on the Department of Employment 
Services job website for a minimum of 10 calendar days; 

"(iii) Whether the beneficiary posted each job opening or part-time work needed in a 
District newspaper with city-wide circulation for a minimum of 7 calendar days; 

"(iv) Whether the beneficiary has substantially complied with the relevant monthly 
reporting requirements set forth in this section; 

"(v) For government-assisted projects or contracts covered by paragraph (1A) or 
(1C) of this subsection, whether the beneficiary has submitted and substantially 
complied with its most recent employment plan that has been approved by the 
Department of Employment Services; and 

"(vi) Any additional documented efforts.". 

(E) Paragraph (4) is amended to read as follows: 

"(4)(A) Willful breach of the employment agreement, or failure to submit the required 
hiring compliance report pursuant to paragraph (1), (1A), (IB), or (1C) of this subsection, or 
deliberate submission of falsified data, shall be enforced by the Mayor through the 
imposition of a monetary fine of 5% of the total amount of the direct and indirect labor 
costs of the project or contract, in addition to other penalties provided by law. 

"(B) Failure to meet the required hiring requirements pursuant to paragraph (1), (1A), 
(IB), or (1C) of this subsection or failure to receive a good-faith waiver pursuant to 
paragraph (3) of this subsection may result in the Mayor imposing a penalty equal to l k of 
1% of the total amount of the direct and indirect labor costs of the project or contract for 
each percentage by which the beneficiary fails to meet the hiring requirements. 

"(C) Upon a second violation within a 10-year time frame of the required hiring or 
reporting requirements set forth within paragraphs (1), (1A), (IB), or (1C) of this 
subsection or failure to receive a good-faith waiver pursuant to paragraph (3) of this 
subsection, the Mayor shall debar a person or entity from consideration for award of 
contracts or subcontracts with the District of Columbia for a period of not more than 5 
years. 

"(D) Upon a second violation within a 10-year time frame of the required hiring or 
reporting requirements set forth within paragraphs (1), (1A), (IB), or (1C) of this 
subsection or failure to receive a good-faith waiver pursuant to paragraph (3) of this 
subsection, the Mayor may deem a person or entity ineligible of consideration for 
government-assisted projects with the District of Columbia for a period of not more than 
5 years. 

(F) Paragraph (5) is amended to read as follows: 

"(5) The beneficiary may appeal any decision of the Mayor regarding a contract pursuant 
to paragraph (4) of this subsection to the Contract Appeals Board. For those projects that 
are not awarded through the contracting process, the Mayor shall establish by rule an 
administrative appeals process that allows the beneficiary to appeal any decision of the 
Mayor pursuant to paragraph (4) of this subsection.". 

(G) Paragraph (6) is amended by striking the phrase "government-assisted projects" 
and inserting the phrase "government-assisted projects or contracts" in its place. 

(c) Section 4a (D.C. Official Code § 2-219.03a) is amended by striking the phrase "govern- 
ment-assisted projects" and inserting the phrase "government-assisted projects or contracts" 
in its place. 

(d) Section 5 (D.C. Official Code § 2-219.04) is amended by striking the phrase "govern- 
ment-assisted projects" wherever it appears and inserting the phrase "government-assisted 
projects or contracts" in its place. 

(e) New sections 5a, 5b, and 5c are added to read as follows: 

"Sec. 5a. Modernization of First Source recordkeeping. 

"Within 120 days of the effective date of the Workforce Act, the Department of Employ- 
ment Services shall provide public access on its website to all employment agreements 
entered into in 2009 through the present and shall make available online all future employ- 

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ment agreements, their status of compliance] and the project or contract's assigned' Contract- 
ing Officer or First Source Compliance Officer and their contact information. > , >:' 

"Sec. 5b. Establishment of a workforce intermediary pilot program. >. ? - , -; ! 
■"(a)(1) By April 1, 2G12, the Mayor shall establish a workforce intermediary pilot 5 program 
for Fiscal Year 2012 based oil. Council and Mayor-approved recommendations (.made by the 
Workforce Intermediary Task Force established. by the Workforce Intermediary Task Force 
Establishment Second Emergency Act 012011, effective October, 18, 2011 (D.C. Act 19-167; 
58 DCR 8900), or succeeding legislation. '.''..■ \\ ; .' v : ''... '".',"'. r : '"' ;J; '-,-, 
, . "(2) The workforce intermedial^ pilot projgram shall r act as an intermediary 'between 
employers and training providers to provide employers with qualified .District resident job 
applicants. ■■ : r , : ;; ,„ .. i; . T ,-,. ..... T . .;.. .;..„, 

"(3) The workforce intermediary pilot program shall have a .start-up budget, not to 
exceed $2 million, which shall be funded by all funds deposited in the District of Columbia 
Jobs Trust Fund, ("Fund"), established in section 5c, and other existing local funds. 
\ : "(4) Thirty days before the end Of the pilot program, the Deputy Mayor for Plaiiriihg iind 
Economic Development, in consultation with the Department of Employment Service'syand 
;the workforce intermediary, shall develop a progress report and recommendations for 
^continued operations of the workforce iritermediai'y that take ihttf account the Council and 
Mayor-approved recommendations made by the Workforce Intermediary Task Force. 

■ \ "Sec, 5c. Establishment of the District of Columbia 1 Jobs Trust Fund. 
,',::"(a) There is established as a nonlapsing fund the District of Columbia Jobs Trust Fund, 
which shall be administered by the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development. 
The funds in the Fund shall be used solely for the purpose of establishing and operating the 
workforce intermediary pilot program, established in section 5b, or any succeeding program. 
The following shall be deposited into the Fiihd: 

"(1) Voluntary and negotiated contributions, and donations, including past contributions 
, for similar purposes that have yet to he, collected or expended; and 

"(2) All outstanding monetary fines for breach of this act. .\ a k 

"(b) All funds deposited into; the* Fund, arid any interest earned On those furids^ 'shall not 
revert to the unrestricted fund balance ?of the General Fund of the District of Columbia at the 
end of a fiscal year, or at any other time; biit .shall be ■continually available for the uses and 
purposes set forth in subsection,® of 'this -section without -regard' to fiscal year 'kmitation, 
subject to authorization by Congress-".* V' ^i'" : ' -i i1 '-'' » ; T '■ ; ' i i^' r i' ); ^: :' f w *, 
^.'Section 6 (D.C. Official Code § 2-219.05) is amended to read as follows: * h 

'"^ec. 6. Kules. ■ ■ i ' ;,,j ;n h:/vi ; w U^ ,-:;>: i^^ J^l-^ :>?. 

- "(a)(1) Except as provided in section 4(e)(lB) and (l!C)^withih^80 dsp'tif Wd eff&tive' date 
of the Workforce Act, the Mayor, pursuant to Tiftle'ToT ^ 

tive Procedure Act/approved October 21, 1968; (82 Stafr^^ et 

stiq.% shall issue rules to implement the provisions of the Workforce M$ ( ¥} r ] ^ 7invi ■ '^ f '^ -j 

"(2) The proposed rules shall be submitted to the Council for a 45-cfay : penocf W'review, 
excluding Saturdays, Sundays, legal holidays, and days of Council recess. : "If ^thej Council 
does not approve or disapprove the proposed rules, in whole or in part, by resolution 1 within 
this 45-day review period, j the rules shall be deemed approved. /, ; ,:^ ; . ,;, ..-,'■', 

"(b) Any subsequent rules issued by the Mayor to implement the "provisions of this act shall 
be submitted to the Council for a 45-day period of review in accordance with subsection (a)(2) 
of .this ■section.", -..-v ; .-■ \ ,>. .; : ,.,. Vl .; : ; ■■ ■■ :..;...'.,; ^-./fn .J,-:' :■ < .•■ ■->)'- : l^ 

Sec. 3. Fiscal impact statement; /^ ' - ' ' ; • " ' f "■»" r ■"O''; ^ ; r 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement in the committee report as the' fiscal impact 
statement required by section 602(e)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule 1 Adt, approved 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C^Offlcial Code § ;l-206;02(c)(3)):, : - ,,,, ,,,, ,.,,■ ;■■ 
■ Sec. 4. Effective date. ,.....,* .-, ;* ' .■.;, .-. .;■■■.■, -,/ , .-.^; -^ fIv , ,■■ 

.This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event ofvetdbythe 
May or j action by the Council to override the veto) * a 30^day period of - Congressional review 

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as provided in section 602(c)(1) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(l)), and publication in the 
District of Columbia Register. 

APPROVED: December 21, 2011. 
EFFECTIVE: February 24, 2012. 



WILLIAM 0. LOCKRIDGE WAY DESIGNATION ACT OF 2011 

Law 19-85 

Act 19-245 

AN ACT to symbolically designate the public street Valley Avenue, S.E., between 4th Street, S.E., 
and 9th Street, S.E., as William O. Lockridge Way. 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "William O. Lockridge Way Designation Act of 2011". 

Sec. 2. Pursuant to section 401 and 403a of the Street and Alley Closing and Acquisition 
Procedures Act of 1982, effective March 10, 1983 (D.C. Law 4-201; D.C. Official Code 
§§ 9-204.01 and 9-204.03a) ("Act"), and notwithstanding sections 405 and 407 of the Act (D.C. 
Official Code §§ 9-204.05 and 9-204.07), the Council of the District of Columbia symbolically 
designates the public street Valley Avenue, S.E., between 4th Street, S.E., and 9th Street, 
S.E., as "William O. Lockridge Way". 

Sec. 3. Transmittal. 

The Secretary to the Council shall transmit a copy of this act, after it becomes effective, to 
the District Department of Transportation. 

Sec. 4. Fiscal impact statement. 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement in the committee report as the fiscal impact 
statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(3)). 

Sec. 5. Effective date. 

This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), a 30-day period of Congressional review 
as provided in section 602(c)(1) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(l)), and publication in the 
District of Columbia Register. 

APPROVED: December 21, 2011. 
EFFECTIVE: February 24, 2012. 



UNIFORM FOREIGN-COUNTRY MONEY JUDGMENTS 
RECOGNITION ACT OF 2011 

Law 19-86 

Act 19-246 

AN ACT to enact the Uniform Foreign-Country Money Judgments Recognition Act to provide 
uniform procedures for the enforcement of foreign-country money judgments, to provide that a 
petitioner for recognition has the burden of proving a judgment is entitled to recognition and 
that any respondent resisting recognition and enforcement has the burden of proof respecting 
denial of recognition, to revise the grounds for denying recognition of foreign-country money 
judgments, and to establish a statute of limitations for recognition actions. 

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; BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 

act may be cited as .the "Uniform Foreign-Country Money Judgments Recognition Act of 

2011". ':■:■,. .:, :,■■■■ 

Sec. 2. Chapter 3 of Title 15 of the District of Columbia Official Code is amended. as 

follows: ;,..., ■:■■ ■ , , t : ■ ■-■/■;■ - tl ■■;■; 

(a) The table of contents is amended as follows: 
(1) A new Subchapter II-A is added to read as follows: 
"Subchapter II T A. Uniform Foreign-Country Money Judgments 
"15-361. Short title. 

"15-362. Definitions. -,.;;■ , f , _■ 

"15-363. Applicability. 

"15-364. Standards for recognition of foreign-country judgment. 
"15-365. ;, Personal jurisdiction.; „ v j^.. . ■■, - ■, r '.h v^ 1 ' >-:\ 

"15-366. Procedure for recognition of forei^-couhtry judgment: w " s * ; 
"15-367. Effect of recognition of foreign-country judgment;. , r . /■■■::■- ■>./ ; . : ,? ti ;-.r^ 
"15-368. Stay of proceedings, pending appeal bf foreign-country jud^^ h:-}.p >/i /mi \<w 

"15-569. .Statute of limitations, ... - ,.,-.. ,, < ;:;i -r^-w-vi 






'r ; 



"15-370. 'Uniformity of interpretation.: ■■■■■:.' .'=:' ■: '..;<■& - --, *:■:■>■;■■ '■■:.■ ■r--h .■■wivwf'i 



"15-371. Saving clause.". ; ^V 5 "' " :" ; V; " : : '.' : '1"."'..'" ■ ". -\" M'-c ".V **^ 
,. (2) Subchapter III is, amended tc- read as;fbllc^: ; 7 : ' ;; ; ;/ ,-w ^i^/ r ^r^^u o:« 
"SUBCHAPTER III. Uniform Foreign-Money Judgmehts.^ ; [Repealed]r I ■;;■■ -.,.;:]>: 
"15-381. Definitions. [Repealed] ■■ ! ■-' " rr - ""^ 

"15^382. Recognition and enffifce^ > ■.<■■.> ;;■ - ; ; ; ; ,-- : 

"15-383. Grounds for nonrecognition. [Repealed] '"''''' 

"15-384. Personal jurisdiction. [Repealed] ' ... ' ',,, 

"15-385. Stay in cases of appeal,, [Repealed] ...,. v . ; :, ; , ; ; - ; ,,■ •.-,;_ ',,,.- ^ yi .. v -. ; y , 

"15-386. Savings clause. [Repealed] v :-■' - ;V ■..;'. ■ ■: V.'' ■ ■■v', -..:'.■■:. ..■.;- ^, ; rH 

"15-387. Applicability, [Repealed] ■ ^ - ■ ' y -< ■■■' 

"15-388. Uniformity of application and construction. [Repealed].*'. ' 
. (b) A new subchapter tl-A is added to read as follows: , ' :i 

"Subchapter II-A. Uniform Foreign-Country Money Judgments, J ; ■■''•■ • » f ■' 

'"§15-361. Shorttitle. : " ■'' '■ : ' ' ^'^ 

■ . ■'■■ ;■■.;.■;...;. ■■: ■ :> : 7iY' j/>rn,n 
"This subchapter may be cited as the "Uniform Foreign-Country Money Judgments 

Recognition Act of 2011". 

"§ 15-362. Definitions. 

"For the purposes of this subchapter, theterm: ;'.. V'[':.. : .\ : v \ tJ ' ' ' ' : ' 

"(1) "Foreign country" means a government other than: "' " 

"(A) The United States; (; . i: , , -, j; 

"(B) The District of Columbia, a state, district, commonwealth, territory, or insular 
possession of the United States; or (■■-■■■". ^ 

-' ;- j "(C) Any other government with , regard tp ; which the decision- in the district >-pf 
Columbia as to whetherto recognize a judgment of that government's courts; is initially 
" : subject to determination under the- /Full Faith arid Credit Clause of the 1 United States 
; ;• Constitution.' , . " ; ;;.V. .". " ""/' f '■""'■ i ''']' '.'.' y ">.'.'. '^-'a 

"(2) "Foreign-country judgment" jneans a judgment of a court of a foreign : cjountry.';;; 

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"§ 15-363. Applicability. 

"(a) Except as otherwise provided in subsection (b) of this section, this subchapter applies 
to a foreign-country judgment to the extent that the judgment: 

"(1) Grants or denies recovery of a sum of money; and 

"(2) Under the law of the foreign country where rendered, is: 

"(A) Final; 

"(B) Conclusive; and 

"(C) Enforceable. 

"(b) This subchapter does not apply to a foreign-country judgment, even if the judgment 
grants or denies recovery of a sum of money, to the extent that the judgment is a: 

"(1) Judgment for taxes; 

"(2) Fine or other penalty; or 

"(3) Judgment for: 

"(A) Divorce; 

"(B) Support or maintenance; or 

"(C) Other judgment rendered in connection with domestic relations. 

"(c) A party seeking recognition of a foreign-country judgment has the burden of establish- 
ing that this subchapter applies to the foreign-country judgment. 

"§ 15-364. Standards for recognition of foreign-country judgment. 

"(a) Except as otherwise provided in subsections (b) and (c) of this section, a court of the 
District of Columbia shall recognize a foreign-country judgment to which this subchapter 
applies. 

"(b) A court of the District of Columbia may not recognize a foreign-country judgment if 
the: 

"(1) Judgment was rendered under a judicial system that does not provide impartial 
tribunals or procedures compatible with the requirements of due process of law; 

"(2) Foreign court did not have personal jurisdiction over the defendant; or 

"(3) Foreign court did not have jurisdiction over the subject matter. 

"(c) A court of the District of Columbia need not recognize a foreign-country judgment, if 
the: 

"(1) Defendant in the proceeding in the foreign court did not receive notice of the 
proceeding in sufficient time to enable the defendant to defend; 

"(2) Judgment was obtained by fraud that deprived the losing party of an adequate 
opportunity to present its case; 

"(3) Judgment or the cause of action on which the judgment is based is repugnant to the 
public policy of the District of Columbia or of the United States; 

"(4) Judgment conflicts with another final and conclusive judgment; 

"(5) Proceeding in the foreign court was contrary to an agreement between the parties 
under which the dispute in question was to be determined otherwise than by proceedings in 
that foreign court; 

"(6) Foreign court, in the case of jurisdiction based only on personal service, was a 
seriously inconvenient forum for the trial of the action; 

"(7) Judgment was rendered in circumstances that raise substantial doubt about the 
integrity of the rendering court with respect to the judgment; or 

"(8) Specific proceeding in the foreign court leading to the judgment was not compatible 
with the requirements of due process of law. 

"(d) A party resisting recognition of a foreign-country judgment has the burden of 
establishing that a ground for nonrecognition stated in subsection (b) or (c) of this section 
exists. 

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"§15-365. Personal jurisdiction. />. •-^"■' " u :; '. iA <t 

■ o"(a) A foreign-country; judgment may not be refused recognition for lack of personal 
jurisdiction if the: . . -'.:■■ \ -■■:- ;■■. . — ■,-.-. ■;■:>■' v r.'i :■; ;■/ 

"(1) Defendant was served with process personally in the foreign country; .- ? 

"(2) Defendant voluntarily appeared in 'the, proceeding, other than' for thetpurpWse of 
protecting property seized or threatened with seizure in the proceeding "or ;of congesting the 
jurisdiction ofthe court over the defendant; .". , v '.,, , 

"(3) Defendant, before the commencement of the proceeding, had agreed to. submit to 
the jurisdiction of the foreign court with respect to the subject matter involved;' 

■ J "(45 Defendant was dbmicletfm the foMp cpuhtry^heJnthe proceeding Hvas instituted 
" or was' a corporation 1 or oth^rforiti of 'business organization that had its principal place of 
business in, or was organized under the laws of, the foreign country; : ; "^ ,: -;' : ; A- > 

"(5) Defendant had a business office in the foreign country and the proceeding in the 
foreign court involved a cause of action arising out of business done by, th$ defendant 
through that office in the foreign country; or , M 

"(6) Defendant operated a motor vehicle or airplane in the foreign country and the 
proceeding involved a cause of action arising out of that operation. ■ 3 - r ; ^' 

"(b) The list of bases for personal jurisdiction : in subjection ($ of this section is not 
exclusive; " Thecourts of the District of Columbia may recognize bases of personal jurisdiction 
other than those listed in subsection ;(a) of this ! section as sufficient to supports -foreign^ 
country judgment. „ - ;,- j. ,[-,-; ,N^-^[ *" 

"§15-36(3. Procedure for recognition of foreign-country- judgment, .. ...;,. . « ,,,<;; t^r 
'■' "(a) ■; If recognition: of a foreign-country judgment is sought as an.original matter, the a^siie 
of recognition shall be raised by filing an action seeking recognition of the foreign-country; 
judgment,^ .... ,. :;; ,:. i . ..-■.. : : , ,- ■ -.,. -..., ; , r , ;■..:,./ r,., ?.,:■;...:;; ri r : ^ v;:r>v) L MY' 

"(b) If recognition of a foreign-country judgment is sought in a pending action, the issue 61 
recognition may be raisecLby counterclaim^ cross-claim, or affirmative defense. .. -,\ :i ■ 

"§ 15-367. /(Effect of recognition of foreign^country judgment. , ./■-:•■ ■> : v : - ;-, - v. Yn.< 

"If the court; iri a, proceeding: under § 15-366 finds that the foreign-country judgment is 
entitled to recognition under this, subchapter, to the extent that the foreign-country, judgment 
grants or denies recovery of a" sum Of money, the foreign-country judgment is: 

"(lj Conclusive between the partiies to the same extent as the judgment of a sister state 
entitled to full faith and credit in the District of Columbia would be conclusive;^ aricl 

"(2) Enforceable ' iri L the" same manrier and to 'the same extent as a judgment rendered .in 
the District of Columbia. '\ '"*'[' '". il ' ,, j ' !il ' ' rS ''-.V "'. V* 

""§' 15-368. Stay of proceedings pending appeal of foreign-country j^dgmen% 

, "If : ap^yest^bhshes that an appeal 
taken, the' court may stay any proceedings 'with' regard to- the foreign-country judj^ent T until 

the: v . : "[;'.. ' ;" :! ;; u ;;"' ;;;■'"' '/'J'""^/., "V/...""' 1 ''" "^ 

"(1) Appeal is concluded; ; L \' \ ' ' / A "" ""*' " '' .. : " " ' .- ,..'.'„ 

,/ .'"(2) JTimefor appeal expires; or '.'-."T !',.'?"'. ,'.^" '"'.'.:. \. .!!, -Y ; "! \ . ,"'\ .\\ { .., 

"(3) Appellant has had sufficient time to prosecute the appeal and has failed to .cLp.\SQ* : > i 
;; "§;15r369^ Statute of Umit0ons,, ; . ,;■■;/'• , >, • — Y {i^ 

"An action to recognize a foreign-country judgment must be commenced within th£ earlier 
of"the;time during which, the foreign-country judgment is effective in the foreign country or 
15 years from the date that the ; . foreign-country judgment became effective in the fereign 
country,.. . , : . . ...,. ... . .. ih ^ : ; ^ v .....' : .,■ ,, .. .,:> ,,,, M ; > ? ». 

"§ 15-370, Uniformity of interpretation. - ■>. , ii"\_ ■- : j ,■;..; ■;■;/ 

' ii; "In /applying, and construing this ; uniform apt, consideration .must be given to the need to 

promote uniformity of r the law, -wit^ respect to its subject matter among states that enact it, 

"§ 15-371. Saving clause. i--:t r'-r-i 

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"This subchapter does not prevent the recognition under principles of comity or otherwise 
of a foreign-country judgment not within the scope of this subchapter.". 

(c) Subchapter III is repealed. 

Sec. 3. Fiscal impact statement. 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement in the committee report as the fiscal impact - 
statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(3)). 

Sec. 4. Effective date. 

This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event veto by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), a 30-day period of Congressional review 
as provided in section 602( c)(l) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(l)), and publication in the 
District of Columbia Register. 

APPROVED: December 21, 2011. 
EFFECTIVE: February 24, 2012. 



CLOSING OF A PORTION OF THE PUBLIC ALLEY 
IN SQUARE 5052, S.O. 10-00603, ACT OF 2011 

7 ■ 

Law 19-87 

Act 19-247 

AN ACT to order the closing of a portion of the public alley system in Square 5052, bounded by 
Minnesota Avenue, N.E., Benning Road, N.E., Square 5053, and railroad tracks, in Ward 7. 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Closing of a Portion of the Public Alley in Square 5052, S.O. 
10-00603, Act of 2011". 

Sec. 2. Pursuant to section 201 of the Street and Alley Closing and Acquisition Procedures 
Act of 1982, effective March 10, 1983 (D.C. Law 4-201; D.C. Official Code § 9-202.0.1), the 
Council finds that the portion of the public alley system in Square 5052, as shown on the 
Surveyor's plat filed under S.O. 10-00603, is unnecessary for alley purposes and orders it 
closed, with title to the land to vest as shown on the Surveyor's plat. 

Sec. 3. Transmittal. 

The Secretary to the Council shall transmit a copy of this act, upon its effective date, to the 
Office of the Surveyor and the Office of the Recorder of Deeds. 

Sec. 4. Fiscal impact statement. 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement as the fiscal impact statement required by 
section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 (87 
Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(3)). 

Sec. 5. Effective date. 

The act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), a 30-day period of Congressional review 
as provided in section 602(c)(1) of the Distinct of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved v 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(l)), and publication in the 
District of Columbia Register. 

APPROVED: December 21, 2011. 
EFFECTIVE: February 24, 2012. 

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Law^l9488 W^ i 19tto Council J?eriod 

< COMPREHENSIVE MILITARY AND OVERSEAS VOTERS ^ 
ACCOMMODATION TEMPORARY ACT OF 2011 

Law 19-88 .;■.-/. rr-. -■.,■- -:•■-- \ .V, wH 

i .■".. v- ■■ ,-V. :V^--m '■..■■-; ■'.! : f V :; ; ; ' , 'Act 19-248 V- ;■ \-u , ": , -,■:■•-'■::.', - ;;^> ; - 

AN ACT to enact, on a temporary basis, the Uniform Military and Overseas Voters Act; to expand 
the class of covered military and overseas voters; to extend to District elections the assistance 

' v ; and protections for military and overseas voters currently found in federal law; to require £hat 
absentee ballots for all elections be sent at least 45 days before an election; to require the, 

I ; )f electronic transmission of voting materials, including 1 blank absentee ballots for all elections, 

' upon request; to extend the acceptance of the Federal Write-in Absentee Ballot as a back-up 

measure for all elections; to amend the District of Columbia Election Code of 1^55 tcj 

accommodate the federal Military and Overseas Voter Empowerment Act's requirement that 

. the District of Columbia Board of Elections and Ethics transmit validly requested absentee 

ballots no later than 45 days before a federal election to those absent uniformed services and 

overseas voters who timely requested such ballots; and to allow more time for the board to 

1 te&olve challenges to nominating and ballot measure petitions; to amend the District of 

Columbia Theft and White Collar Crimes Act of 1982 to provide that a person signing a 

declaration required under the Uniform Military and Overseas Voters Act knowing that the 

facts stated in the filing are not true may be prosecuted for the offense of making a false 

statement; arid to amend the District of Columbia Election Code of 1955 and the Advisory 

Neighborhood Councils Act of 1976 to make conforming adjustments to time frames applicable 

tq, elections necessary to implement the Uniform Military and Overseas Voters Act. 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Comprehensive,- Military and Overseas Voters Accommodation 
Temporary Act of 2011". 

' ' ; v "TITLE if UNIFORM 

"SecVlOlv 'Short titled - ; ;-; l :' r:iV /* ]i } : f ' ; < ' j0 ;; ] ;,; ;' : " : nr \ ^ : ;; ' :y \ <^" s -'' -^\ ' a : ^\ 

This title may be cited as the ^ "Uniform Military and Overseas Voter^^TemporaryAXct of 
2011". ' "-'''^— ' nnj n 

;;;&c.l(^ 

For, the purposes of this acty the term: ; .<;■ . .;■.,* ..y^v, yr- - ^r, jyji :j Hi H ii -ww, : > 

, '(l) ,:a B6ard'' ; rneahs the District of Columbia Board of Elections and' Ethics^ est r Sbli^h&3 
by section 3 of the Districtiof Columbia Election Code of 1955, approved Augiist r l'2/ 1 195& 
(69 Stat. 699; D.C. Official Code § 1-1001.03). ; : $ ^ 

/ ; (2), "Covered voter" means: - .*, ■ : ... /;^ ; K y - : .V;;-^ - ,?■> -■ H <xi7 

(A) A uniformed-service voter Or r ah werseas voter who j is registered to vote : .iti'tfM£ 
District; ,■•/;*■ > ., -■ . . * ..: . I / /■*! 

■ A i (B) A .uniformedrservice .voter whose opting residence is in the District and, -who 
', ;i ; otherwise satisfies theDistnct's vqter eligibility requ^ - /. .<-)[ li . !i 

(C) An overseas voter who, before leaving 1 the United States; was last eligible' to vote 
in the Distinct and, except for a District residency requirement, otherwise satisfies ^the 
District's voter ""eligibility requirements; t 

, ]■ / r< (D), ; Aii pyerseas , voter who* before leaving the United; States, would, have been, last 

: , -,;;. pligible to vote in the District had the. voter then been of voting age and, exceptor £, 

: ; pisirici residency requirement, otherwise satisfies the District's voter ; eligibility reguire^ 

ments; or - : . ..-,<:. t ..■; ,, v <■ ,. ■ t) \- f v . -y- r - 

(E) An overseas voter who was born outside the United States, is not, described,, in 
subparagraphs (C) or (D) of this paragraph, and, except for a district residency 
requirement, otherwise satisfies the District's voter eligibility requirements if:' : '; ".>«'< '-V*i '■':•'> 

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■ (i) Before leaving the United States, the voter's last place of residence was with a 
parent or legal guardian who resided within the District; and 

(ii) The voter has not previously registered to vote in any other state. 

(3) "Dependent" means an individual recognized as a dependent of a uniformed service 
voter. 

(4) "District" means the District of Columbia. 

(5) "Federal postcard application" means the application prescribed under section 
101(b)(2) of the Uniformed and Overseas Citizens Absentee Voting Act, approved August 
28, 1986 (100 Stat. 924; 42 U.S.C. § 1973ff(b)(2)). 

(6) "Federal write-in absentee ballot" means the ballot described in section 103 of the 
Uniformed and Overseas Citizens Absentee Voting Act, approved August 28, 1986 (100 
Stat 925; 42 U.S.C. § 1973ff-2). 

(7) "Military-overseas ballot" means: 

(A) A federal write-in absentee ballot; 

(B) A ballot specifically prepared or distributed for use by a covered v ( oter in 
accordance with this act; or ■■■.V:';' 

(C) A ballot cast by a covered voter in accordance with this act. 

(8) "Overseas voter" means a United States citizen who is outside the United States. 

(9) "State" means a state of the United States, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, the 
United States Virgin Islands, or any territory or insular possession subject to the 
jurisdiction of the United States. 

(10) "Uniformed service" means: 

(A) Active and reserve components of the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, or 
Coast Guard of the United States; 

(B) The Merchant Marine, the commissioned corps of the Public Health Service, or the 
commissioned corps of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration of the 
United States; or 

(C) The National Guard and state militia. 

(11) "Uniformed-service voter" means an individual who is qualified to vote and is: 

(A) A member of the active or reserve components of the Army, Navy, Air Force, 
Marine Corps, or Coast Guard of the United States who is on active duty; 

(B) A member of the Merchant Marine, the commissioned corps of the Public Health 
Service, or the commissioned corps of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administra- 
tion of the United States; 

(C) A member on activated status of the National Guard or state militia; or 

(D) A spouse or dependent of a member referred to in this paragraph. 

(12) "United States," used in the territorial sense, means the several states, the District 
of Columbia, Puerto Rico, the United States Virgin Islands, and any territory or insular 
possession subject to the jurisdiction of the United States. 

Sec. 103. Elections covered. 

The voting procedures in this act apply to: 

(1) A general, special, or primary election for President, Vice President, or District of 
Columbia Delegate to the United States House of Representatives; 

(2) A general, special, or primary election for Mayor, Chairman of the Council, member 
of the Council, member of the Board of Education, or Attorney General for the District of 
Columbia; 

(3) An initiative, referendum, or recall measure; and 

(4) A proposed Charter amendment. 
Sec. 104. Role of Board. 

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k (a) vThe/Boardis /responsible for implementing: this act and the District's 5 responsibilities 
under the Uniformed and Overseas Citizens Absentee Voting Act, approved August 28, 1986 
(100Stat.924; 42U,S.C>1973ff : ei,s^)r ,;,./.: :v . .■ < ; ,: :,r -V; 

, n £b). ^TheBqard shall.make available to covered voters information regarding voter-registra- 
tion procedures for covered voters and. procedures for casting military-overseas ballqts. 

(c) The Board shall establish an electronic transmission system through which a covered 
voter may apply for and receive voter registration materials, military-overseas ballots, and 
cither information under 1 this act. : il : ' ;;' : \ \ ""/ ,/'V ''".''] ■. . « .V. 

"id)^TheBo^■a''shail: s: '" :J;, ""'"-■■- ■' '.- ^ .-....■ '^:"':V [ } ^ ] ; ,/ ";■;;,, ( . : " : i* \-; 

(1) .Develop standardized absentee-voting, materials; including privacy and transmission 
^; envelopes. and their electronic equivalents^ authentication materia and voting. instructions 
"to be used with the military-overseas' ballot of a voter authorized to vote in any jurisdiction 

in the District; and , ! ' 

(2) To the extent reasonably possible,, coordinate with other states to carry out this 
^section. :: ■ !: ' r ■ ■ 

?1 (eT The "Board ; slM : prescn content of '& declaration for use by a covered 

vote? r to swear or affirm specific representations pertaining to the voter's identity, eligibility 
to vote, status as a covered voter, and timely and proper completion of an overseas-military 
ballot, , The ; declaration must Ipe based on the declaration prescribed to accompany a federal 
write-in absentee ballot, as modified to be consistent with this act. The Board shall ensure 
that -'^.form' for the' execution of the declaration, including an indication of the^ date., of 
execution of the 1 declaration^ is a prbminent part of all balloting materials fot^^hich the 
declaration is required. .■>.!■:■>■ ■.- ^ -■■.^■■K-. ^[, 

Sec. 105. Overseas voter's registration address. , ., ^ i . l . r ,, ;i . 

'■ 'JM registering to vote, an overseas ; voter who' is eligible to vote in the District must be 
assigned to the voting precinct of the address of the last place of residence of the voter 1 in the 
E)istrict,vori inthe case-bf a v 

of residence in the District, of the parent .or legal guardian of the voter. If that address is no 
longer a recognized residential address, the voter must be assigned an address, for voting 
purposes. ,.^._ ,...,,,., ■;,,.,, ?,..,. ...-,■.'., .,?.■■;, /■■. , ;v- ;m; 

Sec.,106... Methods. of registering to vote i; , .,..., ^.. l ,,, ., ■ ,. ,.-:,. ^. ■ \ 

vi (a)To ; apply ,to register to yote, : a covered voter may, use. a federal postcard application or 
the application's electronic equivalent, or any other methp^a^ law. 

.: (b) A covered voter may use the declaration accompanying a federal write-in absentee 
ballot to .apply to register /to vote .if the declaration is receiyed'by 30 days before the election. 

(c) The Board shall ensure that the electronic transmission-system;, described in section 
104(c) is capable of. accepting both s a federal postcard application.and^an^Qther approved 
electronic registration application sent to the Board. The voter may use the electronic 
transmission system of any "other method apP rov Gd under fedeM'law tb : register 1 to vote. 

Se&i07^ Methods of applying M military-overseas ballot. ' ■ ' ".. *" ; ::I1 ^ 

(a) J A covered voter who is registered to vote in the District may apply for a military- 
overseas ballot using either the regular absentee ballot application on the form prescribed' by 
the Board or the federal postcard application or the application's electronic equivalent. 

(b) A covered voter who is not registered to vote in the District maty use a federal postcard 
application or, the application's electronic equivalent ?t,o apply to register to vote under section 
i06 and for a military-overseas ballot;.., - ^, - ■ n : - x -, -v ; M , . /t ,-r;.;-^ 

t (:c):: The Board shall ensure that the /electronic transmission system described in section 
1P4(cX is capable of accepting the, submission of ; fcoth : a federal postcard application and v; any 
other approved electronic military-overseas ballot application sent to the Board. . ^Theyoter 
may use the electronic transmission system or any other, method approved under federal law 
to apply for a military-overseas ballot 1 .' " ' 

(d) A covered voter may use the declaration accompanying a federal write-in absentee 
ballot as an application for a military-overseas ballot simultaneously with' the 1 submission: of 



2011 Legislation Law 19-88, § 114 

the federal write-in absentee ballot, if the declaration is received by the Board by the 7th day 
before the election. 

(e) To receive the benefits of this act, a covered voter must inform the Board that the voter 
is a covered voter. Methods of informing the Board that a voter is a covered voter include: 

(1) The use of a federal postcard application or federal write-in absentee ballot; ■■'■-.. 

(2) The use of an overseas address on an approved voter registration application or ballot 
application; and 

(3) The inclusion on an approved voter registration application or ballot application of 
other information sufficient to identify the voter as a covered voter. 

(f) This act does not preclude a covered voter from voting with a regular absentee ballot as 
authorized by the Board. 

Sec. 108. Timeliness and scope of application for military-overseas ballot. 

An application for a military-overseas ballot is timely if received by the 7th day before the 
election. An application for a military-overseas ballot for a primary election, whether or not 
timely, is effective as an application for a military-overseas ballot for the general election. 

Sec. 109. Transmission of unvoted ballots. ^'* ir)) 

(a) For an election described in section 103 for which the District has not received a waiver 
pursuant to section 102(g)(2) of the Uniformed and Overseas Citizens Absentee Voting Act, 
approved August 28, 1986 (100 Stat. 925; 42 U.S.C. § 1973ff-l(g)(2)), no later than 45 days 
before the election or, if the 45th day before the election is a weekend or holiday, no later 
than the business day preceding the 45th day, the Board shall transmit a ballot and balloting 
materials to all covered voters who by that date submit a valid military-overseas ballot 
application. 

(b) A covered voter who requests that a ballot and balloting materials be sent to the voter 
by electronic transmission may choose facsimile transmission or electronic mail delivery, or, if 
offered by the District, Internet delivery. The Board shall transmit the ballot and balloting 
materials to the voter using the means of transmission chosen by the voter. 

(c) If a ballot application from a covered voter arrives after District begins transmitting 
ballots and balloting materials to voters, the Board shall transmit the ballot and balloting 
materials to the voter no later than 2 business days after the application arrives. 

Sec. 110. Timely casting of ballot. 

To be valid, a military-overseas ballot must be submitted by the voter on the date of the 
election by mailing electronic transmission or other authorized means of delivery no later 
than 12:01 a.m. at the place where the voter completes the ballot. 

Sec. 111. Federal write-in absentee ballot. 

A covered voter may use a federal write-in absentee ballot to vote for all offices and ballot 
measures in an election described in section 103. 

Sec. 112. Receipt of voted ballot. 

(a) A valid military-overseas ballot cast in accordance with section 110 must be counted if it 
is delivered within 10 days after the election to the address that the Board has specified. 

(b) If, at the time of completing a military-overseas ballot and balloting materials, the voter 
has declared under penalty of perjury that the ballot was timely submitted, the ballot may not 
be rejected on the basis that it has a late postmark, an unreadable postmark, or no postmark. 

Sec. 113. Declaration. 

A military-overseas ballot must include or be accompanied by a declaration signed by the 
voter that a material misstatement of fact in completing the ballot may be grounds for a 
conviction of making a false statement under the laws of the District. 

Sec. 114. Confirmation of receipt of application and voted ballot. 

The Board shall implement an electronic free-access system by which a covered voter may 
determine by telephone, electronic mail, or Internet whether: 

(1) The voter's federal postcard application or other registration or military-overseas 
ballot application has been received and accepted; and 

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vr,i> @) The voter's ^military-overseas ballot has 'been' received and the current statiis;'of th r es 
ballot. v ■ ;■■.': ' ■■/.!■ k ■■■^. ■ 

' ;Sec. 115. ^ Use of voter's electrbhic-m^il addres^. ; •■■■-■ - - ; /;v " .-.i 

" 7| (^ The Bbafd shall rieque^t' an '^ectrbriic-miil address #om each covered vbi^r 1 who 
registers to vote 'after the effective date of this act. An electrbnic-rhail address prbvidecTby a 
covered voter* or by any mother, District ^votery may not be made available ,to the public:or any 
individual or organization other than an authorized agent of the Board and is exempt from 
■disclosure under the freedom of Information Act of 1976, effective March 25,1977,(0.0., Law 
1-9(5; li.Ci. Official Code § !2-~5^i^i sjeqX. , The address; : may be ^used ronly, for official 
communication with the voter about the voting 1 process, including 'transmitting military- 
byerseas ballots arid election iriaterialS if 'the voter has requested electrbhic transrhissibn, and 
verifying the voter's mailing address and physical location. The request for ah" electronic- 1 
mail address must describe the, purposes for which the electronicrmail address may ; be used 
andinelude .a statement that- any other use or, disclosure of the , electronic-mail address is 
prohibited..;,™ .,..., , t '.'-. ^ ;: ,. ..;.,- ■ \. 1.;' ■.■,/:....; ., -■-;,...■■'■,;:'"..; ' ■-,-■.■■■ , -., ,:y : . ^-. --.^ -- 

.-(b) A covered: voter-who provides an electrbnic-mailiaddress may. ;request ; that the voter's 
application for a military-overseas ballot be considered a standing request ifor , electronic 
delivery of a : ballot for all elections held through December 31 of the year of the date of the 
applib^tiori,6r another shorter period that the Voter specifies. The Board shall provides a 
riiiHtary-overseas ballot to a voter who makes a standirig request for each election to which 
the 1 re quekt is applicable. A covered voter who is entitled to receive a military-overseas ballot 
for a primary election under this subsection is entitled to receive a military-overseas ballot fo^ 
the generalelectibri. .,.'' \ ; ■'..' ,''.'..' ....'.''".'..■ ' ,' r '. , , .;, .- '1- 

Sec. il6. Publication of election notice. ' , r -.^r ; 

■ ;: (a) y At least, 10Q. days before^a regularly scheduled election and as soon as practicable 
before an election not regularly scheduled, the Board shall prepare an election notice for that) 
jurisdiction^ to ;; be used in conjunction with a federal write-in absentee ballot. The electipn 
notice must contain % list of all of the ballot measures, and federal and District offices , which,; 
as of that date the Board expects to be on the ballot on the date of the election. The notice 
pjso riiust, contain s^ how a voter is to indicate on the federal write-in^ 

absentee ballot the voter's choice for 1 each office to be filled and for each ballot measure to be 

contested. J 

.. . V',-; ■.■■■, ■■ ■, ■ i\ L t <ri-\ 

( (b) A covered voter may request a copy of an election notice. The Board shall send the 

el6ctibri notice to the voter by facsto 

1 (c) ivTb, later : than 45 days before ah election, the ftaard, shall ^ 
described in subsection (a) of this section with the certified!, candidates for each' onice'aiicl 
ballot measure questions and make the updated notice^ publicly available'. * ;T } s •' l f •' ) ' )r ' 

(d) The Board shall make the election notice prepSed yhjd^ 
and updated versions of the election notice regularly f sfv^a1^Iei' ir ' ^oh' 1 ^^' 'iBd^d'B^lH&iSi^t 

website. ' Jo'Lvf I^to.v'io b^wR i'F.i .wH 

'Sec/117. Prohibition of nonsubstantive requirements. ^i:>" T/> l, yw -v;u.;.tilinj hlhu A (iu 

''' (a) if a voters mistake or Omission in the completion of a document unde^tnis ac't 'does' ■ not 
prevent determiriing whether a covered voter is eligible to vote, the mistake^Or omission shall 
hot invalidate the document. Failure to satisfy a nonsubstantive requirement^ such "as usirt^ : 
paper or envelopes of a specified size Or "weight,- shall not invalidate a document Subrriitted 
under this act. In a write-in ballot authorized by this act or in a vote for a write-in candidate 
on, a .regular ballot, if the intention of the voter is discernable under the Districts : uniform 
definition of what constitutes a vote, ah abbreviation, misspelling, or other minor vari^Eiqn.in 
the form of the name of a:candidate or apolitical party shall be accepted as a valid . vote.' 

(b) Notarization is not required., for < the., execution of a document under this act, ;i)> .Aii 
authentication, other than the declaration 'specified in section li3 or the declaration onjthe 
federal postcard 1 " application and/federarjwrite-m absentee ballot, is riot required for ' the 
execution of a document under 'this Set?- The declaration arid any information in kf the 1 
declaration- :rhay be compared -with; information on file tb ascertain the validity (dtf the 
document. ' '*•■>'■■> '/>'■•■•* >'■■ >s '.:■>>< ..■-;■ ■ >■ i t .\. : ^.,- , ■■■■■:, ^■■; ^Aum 

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Sec. 118. Equitable relief. 

The Superior Court of the District of Columbia may issue an injunction or grant other 
equitable relief appropriate to ensure substantial compliance with or to enforce this act on 
application by: 

(1) A covered voter alleging a grievance under this act; or 

(2) An election official in the District. 

Sec. 119. Uniformity of application and construction. 

In applying and construing this uniform act, consideration must be given to the need to 
promote uniformity of the law with respect to its subject matter among states that enact it. 

Sec. 120. Relation to Electronic Signatures in Global and National Commerce Act. 

This act modifies, limits, or supersedes the Electronic Signatures in Global and National 
Commerce Act, approved June 30, 2000 (114 Stat. 464; 15 U:S,C.§ 7001 et seq.) ("Act"), but 
does not modify, limit, or supersede section 101(c) of that Act (15 U.S.C. § 7001(c)), or 
authorize electronic delivery of any of the notices described in section 103(b) of that Act (15 
U.S.C. § 7003(b)). 

Sec. 121. Conforming amendments. " 

(a) Section 5(a) of the District of Columbia Election Code of 1955, approved August 12, 
1955 (69 Stat. 699; D.C. Official Code § l-1001,05(a)), is amended as follows: 

(1) Paragraph (14) is amended by striking the phrase "and related acts" and inserting 
the phrase "the Uniform Military and Overseas Voters Temporary Act of 2011, passed on 
2nd reading on December 6, 2011 (Enrolled version of Bill 19-547), and related acts" in its 
place. 

(2) Paragraph (15) is amended by striking the word "and" after the semicolon. 

(3) Paragraph (16) is amended by striking the period and inserting the phrase "; and" in 
its place. 

(4) A new paragraph (17) is added to read as follows: 

"(17) Perforin duties imposed upon it by the Uniform Military and Overseas Voters 
Temporary Act of 2011", passed on 2nd reading on December 6, 2011 (Enrolled version of 
Bill 19-547).". 

(b) Section 404(a) of the District of Columbia Theft and White Collar Crimes Act of 1982, 
effective December 1, 1982 (D.C. Law 4-164; D.C. Official Code § 22-2405(a)), is amended by 
striking the period and inserting the phrase "or if that person makes an affirmation by 
signing a declaration under section 113 of the Uniform Military and Overseas Voters 
Temporary Act of 2011, passed on 2nd reading on December 6, 2011 (Enrolled version of Bill 
19-547), knowing that the facts stated in the filing are not true in any material respect." in its 
place, 

TITLE II. MILITARY AND OVERSEAS VOTER ACCOMMODATIONS 

Sec. 201. Short title. 

This title may be cited asthe "Board of Elections and Ethics Military and Overseas Voter 
Accommodation Temporary Amendment Act of 2011". 

(a) The District of Columbia Election Code of 1955, approved August 12, 1955 (69 Stat. 699; 
D.C. Official Code § 1-1001.01 et seq.), is amended as follows: 

(1) Section 5(b) (D.C. Official Code § l-1001.05(b)) is amended as follows: 

(A) Paragraph (2) is amended by striking the phrase "60 days" and inserting the 
phrase "90 days" in its place. 

(B) Paragraph (3)(A) is amended as follows: 

(i) Sub-subparagraph (i) is amended by striking the phrase "60 days" and inserting 
, the phrase "90 days" in its place. 

(ii) Sub-subparagraph (ii) is amended by striking the phrase "60 days" and inserting 
the phrase "90 days" in its place; 

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Law 19^88, § 201(a)(1) 19thfCduricil#eri(ia 

(iii) Sub-subparagraph (iii) is amended by striking -She 1 ''phrase 1 nf '60 days""'' and 
.■.-,:■■! inserting the phrase "90 days" in its place. ; : , .,; ■,;<■-■ v-^ifv 

:-■■ ■■;■: (iv) Sub-subparagraph (iv) is amended by ; striking ^the phrase "60 -/days]! ij.'and 
inserting the phrase "90 days" in its place. : .V ••■,): wfa ,r ■ ; 

(2) Section 8 (D.C. Official Code.§ W0Q1.O8) is amended as follows- - i:; ,, /y ,, it) 

(A) Subsection (a)(1)(B) is amended by striking, the phrase; "6$,th day? and inserting 
the phrase "90th day" in its place. ,'" 

(B) Subsection (f) is amended by striking the phrase ^ascif July 1st' of the year in 
: which the election is to be held is presented to the Board bri or before 'the third Tuesday 

' ¥ in August preceding the date of the presidential election" arid inserting the phrase" '-as ■ 

shown by the records of the Board as of the 144th day beforethe d.ate, of the presidential 

.:■, , election, is presented to the Board on or before the 90th .day before the date, Qf ( ,:the 

: . presidential election" in its place. . - ■ .'','....'...'/... .-'. i.V.' *\] r -- ] 

- :; ; (C), Subsection (i) is amended as follows: ,' , ri , . , ; .>;'-. . if) . : , rhi , ,^, 

.:".. ;■■,■>. (i) Paragraph (1) is amended as follows: > •■■}■, k .•■> h V ; m -r j^v - : --..- > rr-oa.p- 

(I) Subparagraph (A) is amended by striking the phrase "69 days" andariserting 
the phrase "90 days" in its place. / : ;■■; : : or :■'■) , v,l .*)'->K 

(II) Subparagraph (B) is amended by /striking the .phrase,, "123rd ;i dayf (and 
inserting the phrase "144th day" in its place. ,: ; i , . . v ^"j) <;', j 

t . ; . ( ..(ii) Paragraph (2) is amended by striking the phrase "69 days" and inserting the 
; ! : phrase "90 days" in its places ..■'■"' - > ; , - ; I ■ '■■ Y> a 

j : ,; ; ■ (y \ (iii) Paragraph (3) is amended by striking the phrase "l^d day" and inserting the 
phrase "144th day" in its place. .;.,<.-;■,'!.-'.: 

(iv) Paragraph (4) is amended ..by. striking the phrase "123rd day preceding the>jdate 
of such election and may not be filed with the Board before the 94th day" "and inserting 
the phrase "144th day preceding the date of such election and may riot be filed with the 
Board before the 115th day" in its place. . ■ l j s ' " 

(D) Subsection (j)(l) is amendeffksfbllbws: ; f :/ : w '' '■': i : ^>^ : ^'- : K' : ^-: ; -$~ ^ 
-" '■■"■'■' (i) Subparagraph (A) is amendedtoy striking the phrase i "69 days" >ahd inserting the 
'■- - phrase "90 days" in its placed ■'' m- \ -" - ■ - -'• ' * • -'- ] - ; ' :) >''*; 3"--^';..; r ; 
(ii) Subparagraph (B) is amended by striking the phrase "123 days" 'wherever 1 it 
appears and inserting the phrase "1M days" in its' (place. ? ■ > ■■..".n <;;: ; ;-; m ' ; ;wi 1 
■ (E) Subsection (n) is amended '$& Mows: /^"^ :y' >' *-[^ vi-witl ■■*n>n'-> 
(i) Strike the phrase "69th calendar. day" arid'm^^ 
/v.. in its place. ■ -' : " " * J < ;n ™ KJ ' f ' ft? < ---^ - ^™^ 




filed 

the date of such election and may not be filed with the Board before the 115th day"' in 

its place. 

(F) Subsection (o)(2) is amended by striking the phrase "15 days" and inserting the 

phrase "20 days" in its place. .,,;'-.■;■!;;,■.."■ \ -■?< --•■■! 

r (b) Section 6(b) of the Advisory Neighborhood Councils Act of 1975, effective October 10, 

1975 (D.C. Lawi-21; "D.& Official Code § l-3Q9.05(b)), is amended as follows: ' ^ :i; ,-, 

. :_(1) Paragraph (1)(A) is amended by striking the phrase "60th calendar day" and 

inserting the phrase "90th calendar day" in its place, , , ; ,.■•. ■ , ' , ;■ ■ :<.v;v s /)/; 

(2) Paragraph (2) is amended by striking the phrase "90th calendar, day", and .inserting 

the phrase ."144th calendar day" in its place. , , ; . ,, -^ ■ ,„ - 

TITLE III. EFFECTIVE DATE; FISQ4L ^ 

v SecJ30l:' Fiscal impact statements : ' ■■:■ :; ' ' { ; :- ;(! ( : ■- /■ ^ ^ 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement of the Budget Director as the fiscal -"impact 
statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act; approved 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § 1-206. 02(c)(3))., >> u>' ■ »,.„-■■,- ;dr 

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2011 Legislation Law 19-89, § 2(b) 

Sec. 302. Effective date. 

(a) This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), a 30-day period of Congressional review 
as provided in section 602(c)(1) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(l)), and publication in the 
District of Columbia Register. 

(b) This act shall expire after 225 days of its having taken effect. 
APPROVED: December 21, 2011. 

EFFECTIVE: February 24, 2012. 



ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT SPECIAL ACCOUNT REVIVAL 
TEMPORARY AMENDMENT ACT OF 2011 

Law 19-89 

Act' 19-249 

AN ACT to amend, on a temporary basis, the National Capital Revitalization Corporation and 
Anacostia Waterfront Corporation Reorganization Act of 2008 to revive the Economic Develop- 
ment Special Account; and to amend the Fiscal Year 2012 Budget Support Act of 2011 to repeal 
a provision abolishing the Economic Development Special Account. 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Economic Development Special Account Revival Temporary 
Amendment Act of 2011". 

Sec. 2. The National Capital Revitalization Corporation and Anacostia Waterfront Corpo- 
ration Reorganization Act of 2008, effective March 26, 2008 (D.C. Law 17-138; D.C. Official 
Code § 2-1225.01 et seq.\ is amended as follows: 

(a) Section 102(g)(3) (D.C. Official Code § 2-1225.02(g)(3)) is amended by striking the 
phrase "General Fund of the District of Columbia" and inserting the phrase "Economic 
Development Special Account established by section 301" in its place. 

(b) Section 301 (D.C. Official Code § 2-1225.21) is revived as of September 14, 2011 and 
amended to read as follows: 

"Sec. 301. Economic Development Special Account. 

"(a) There is established as a nonlapsing account within the General Fund of the District of 
Columbia the Economic Development Special Account ("Account"), which shall be used solely 
for the purposes set forth in this section. 

"(b)(1) Deposits into the Account shall include: 

"(A) All operating funds transferred from the Anacostia Waterfront Corporation 
Enterprise Fund, established by section 114 of the Anacostia Waterfront Corporation Act 
of 2004, effective December 7, 2004 (D.C. Law 15-219; D.C. Official Code § 2-1223.14); 

"(B) All operating funds transferred from the National Capital Revitalization Corpora- 
tion Enterprise Fund, established by section 9 of the National Capital Revitalization 
Corporation Act of 1998, effective September 11, 1998 (D.C. Law 12-144; D.C. Official ' 
Code § 2-1219.08); 

"(C) All fees, revenues, and other income from real property or other assets formerly 
under the authority of the NCRC or the AWC, or any of their subsidiaries, which include 
RLARC, SWDC, SWHC, and EDFC; 

"(D) Funds authorized by an act of Congress, reprogramming, or intra-District 
transfer to be deposited into the Account; 

"(E) Any other monies designated by law or regulation to be deposited into the 
Account; and 

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Law lft*89^§ 2(b)! 19thCouricUaBeriba 

"(F) Interest on money deposited in the Account. ^ ■■ ■"'" ::: , %\.^ , M 

■■'. "(2) Funds deposited into the Account pursuant to this subsection shall be maintained in 
segregated sub-accounts associated with each revenue source as the Chief Financial Officer 
^determines to be necessary. ! . .■ v.^nij ;: 

"(3) The funds deposited into the Account shall not revert to the^unresWctetf^ii^ 
balance of the General Fund of the District of Columbia at the end of a fiscal ye^^otat" 
any other time, but shall be continually available for the uses and purposes 1 set forth [ in 
subsections (c) and (d) of this section, subject to authorization, by Congress. , ^ ..,. T . ., : , ? . t:i . 

"(c) Monies credited to the Account shall be allocated annually to,the,Q,ffice of -the^De^uty 
Mayor for Planning and Economic Development in an aggregate amount that is equal to the 
total deposits and earnings that are estimated to remain unspent in the Account at the end of 
the preceding fiscal year plus all deposits and earnings that are estimated to be received 
during the fiscal year for which the allocation is made. . , r t ..._ 7 ,., .. , . : ,^.. T 

"(d) Monies may be used to pay the costs of operating and administering properties and 
programs under the authority of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development, 
including properties and programs formerly operated and administered by the NCRC and the 
AWC, to provide economic development assistance, including the provision of grants, loans, 
and credit support or enhancement, and to implement other programs, projects, and 
initiatives that: >. , ; , 

"(1) Are : consistent with ancl.in furtherance of the economic development goal^ or 
! activities of the District* '■'.'■" .■ ' '.'., ... n } " 

... "(2) Further meeting the requirements of providing jobs for District residents creating 
affordable housing, and restoring the District's waterways pursuant to Title IV; ^ ^s & 
.. . "(3) Support the development ; of a workforce intermediary pursuant to section 403; if t>r ( ■. 
.-.- "(4) Facilitate the implementation of the environmental standards pursuant to subtitle B, 
'of Title IV." ' " ' '""' i( ' '* [ ' ' ■ ■■',S^,^' 

. "(e)(1) Fees, revenue, and other income, that otherwise would be deposited into the Accpunt 

under this section, but that are subj pet ; ^o Community Development Block Grant .regulations, 

shall be deposited into a segregatecV sub-accb>unt designated for .Community Development, 

Block Grant funds and shall be subject to v applicable reporting to the United States 

Department of Housing and Urban Development, / : '. ; "v.' : ' 1 , ^^ . 

' "(2) The funds in the segregated sub-account shall, feejnclu&ed as a segregated line: item 

in the budget of the Department of Housing t and \ ^Community Development that the .Mayor 

is required to submit to the Council pursuant ! to sedtidn 442 'bf the 'District of Soiunibia 

Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 798; D.C. OfMal Code §1^0^), 

and shall be designated for the use of the Deputy M&ybr'fbr Planning and r Ecdh()mic 

-Development consistent with the requirements of ; thewCommumty^ Development 1 Bldek 

. Grant Program,". . ,■ , ,v ' : . ?■.:■ " .■ ■.-..■■* ■■ -y^/m. '^aI ^■a.iui'wl T r n!-Mrnmo" 

Sec. 3. Section 9027(b) of the Fiscal Year 2012 Budget ^p^b^'&W^W^^^ 
September 14, 2011 (D.C. Law 19-21; 58 DCR 6225), is repealed as of Septe^ber^^Wl. 

Sec. 4; Fiscal impact statement.' - ! ; •■'£<> ^^ ^ ■ i ' 1 f 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement of the Budget Director as tKe'H^cai impact 
statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(3)). v .;;■ - "\ 

• Sec. 5. Effective date, ' " = ; n 

(a) This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto, by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), a 30-day. period of Congressional review 
as provided in' section 602(c)(1). of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(l)), and pulDlicatioh.m the 
District of Columbia Register. ,// ' 

(b) This act shall expire after 225 days of its having taken effect. . V s . , r: ., 
.APPROVED: December 21, 2011, , /: , ;;1 - / .--,: . ;■ /,, .,,■■,.,■. =, / ■ -.; > 

EFFECTIVE: February 24, 2012. ■'■■*>■'■ ;.■ * ""'A 

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2011 Legislation Law 19-90, § 4 

INCOME TAX WITHHOLDING STATEMENTS ELECTRONIC 
SUBMISSION TEMPORARY ACT OF 2011 

Law 19-90 

Act 19-250 

AN ACT to amend, on a temporary basis, section 47-1812.08 of the District of Columbia Official 
Code to require an employer or a payor required to withhold income tax for an employee or 
person who receives a payment subject to withholding" to submit a statement of information as 
required by the Chief Financial Officer pertaining to each employee or person by January 31 of 
each year, and to require that an employer or payor submitting 25 or more such .statements 
submit them electronically, 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Income Tax Withholding Statements Electronic Submission 
Temporary Act of 2011". 

Sec. 2. Section 47-1812.08 of the District of Columbia Official Code is amended as "'follows; 

(a) Subsection (g)(1)(B) is amended by striking the last sentence. 

(b) A new subsection" (n) is added to read as follows; 

"(n)(l) Beginning for statements due after December 31, 2011, each employer or payor 
required under this section to withhold income tax for an employee or a person who receives a 
payment subject to withholding ("payee") shall prepare a statement for each employee or 
payee that shows for the previous calendar year any information that the Chief Financial 
Officer requires by regulation or guidance. 

"(2)(A) An employer or payor required to submit the statements pursuant to paragraph 
(1) of this subsection shall submit one copy of the statement for each employee or payee to 
the Chief Financial Officer by January 31 of each year. 

"(B) Except as provided by subparagraph (C) of this paragraph, if the number of 
statements that an employer or payor is required to submit is 25 or more, the employer 
or payor shall submit the statements in an electronic format, as prescribed by the Chief 
Financial Officer. 

"(C) The Chief Financial Officer may waive the requirement that an employer or 
payor submit statements in electronic format if the Chief Financial Officer determines 
that the requirement will result in undue hardship to the employer or payor.". 

Sec. 3. Fiscal impact statement. 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement of the Chief Financial Officer as the fiscal 
impact statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, 
approved December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(3)). 

Sec. 4. Effective date. 

(a) This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), a 30-day period of Congressional review 
as provided in section 602(c)(1) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § 1-206. 02(c)(1)), and publication in the 
District of Columbia Register. 

(b) This act shall expire after 225 days of its having taken effect. 
APPROVED: December 21, 2011. 

EFFECTIVE: February 24, 2012. 

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Law 19-91 19thi Council FeriW 

CLARIFICATION OF PERSONAL PROPERTY TAX REI^EiSUE 
REPORTING TEMPORARY ACT OF 2011: 

Law 19-41 

Act- 1&-251 

AN ACT to amend, on a temporary basis, section 47-501 of the District of Columbia Official Cb&eito 
clarify that personal property tax is to be reported in the fiscal year in which it is collected. 

■ BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, that'this 
act may be cited as the "Clarification of Personal Property Tax Revenue Reporting tempo- 
rary Act of 2011". m ;j - :; " iJ '- lftrrrn/ ''"'^ '-™"' r 

; Sec. 2. Section 47-501 of the District of Columbia Qpcial ;) Gpde;is ( ramend : ed by adding$ie 
following sentence at the end: . ;..;' v, : .-. ,,.,.■,,;. J _ ; ,^' ; ^ i;|ii; ^i %i\ '■,(.< \' 7^ ■■■..'■ ^ 

"Beginning September 30, 2011, personal property tax shall be reported in the' fiscal yewifi 1 
which itiis collected.". , 

Sec. 3. Fiscal impact statement. 

The Council adopts the fiscal rnipact sta'tem^ 
impact statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, 
approved December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 8iS; D.C.Offiaal Cofe^§ ; l-i206.02(c)(3)). '* ' '■ tK ^ J 
^.■Sec.4*- 'Effective date. Xx- ' ■: >:;■■■■■'.■/■■ v- ■; ..•;:> •-;•— :;^', • -;. \ ■■ . < ■•^un SJ 

; (a) This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of 'vetcJ by the 1 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), a 30-day period of Congressional review' 
as provided in section 602(c)(1) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved; 
December 24,' 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code'§ l-206.02(c)(l)), and publication in the' 
District of Columbia Register. , • , 

:(b) This act shall expire after, 225 days of its having taken effect. - /. v; v> -..i) 

APPROVED: December 21, 2011. ''' J " " [ ~' ' ' l ' ; ' :; l "' 1 '' ) " ;! ' ,; 

'EFFECTIVE: February 24> 2012: : ^ ' '".■'' """ n ' f v ::.;•: ; ,:j-:.W (U: li 



'-''*... ''■<■■■',;' " ' • ; t ■ ■'- - v '. ',-<< •.;■ . ■■■: : ' ^ ■ ^~ ? . <• . ■ .' i -•■■.; - ' :.n': •' ; -, V>7 ; ^j '>"'"' 

WiRD REDISTRICTING^ TEMPORARY AMENDMENT ACT 

:\- :■■■■ ,- =■.".-■■' i//^';; : ',:.-.: ->-'i o Law 19-^92 „:-■-: ■■■;,:■■ \* , ; " - v- =■ ■.-,•■> ,:;:■)' i : 

Act 19-252 ,-^ : •.■-■■ - ^ : ^K :■■: -:^ 

AN AtJTto amend, on a temporary basis, the Rec&irictm^^ 
/corrections to the ward boundaries in Ward 5 and Ward 8, and to clarify that the ward 
boundaries that become effective January 1/2012, shall apply for tlie purpose of determihing : 
the ward residence of a person signing a nominating petition for the April 3, 2012 primary 
election during the period from November 14, 2011, through December 3lj 20lli ' ' ^ ' 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OFTHE 1DISTRICT OF COLUM^ 

act may be cited as the "Ward Redistricting Temporary Amendment Act of 2011".* , .,-.,■ ,,' ; y f -> 

Seci 2/ Section 4 of the ' Redistricting Procedure Act of 1981,:^ffic^ : Marc : h 16, 19^ 
(D.C. Law 4-87; D.C. Official Code § 1-1041.03), is amended as follows: —; >.>■.*■?:• ^w.t 

(a) Subsection (a) is amended as follows:- ■ : ^ , ' : : ( v > ■-:..;;■, -V u-'-> 

(1) Strike the} phrase "The Council" and insert the phrase "Notwithstanding section 2(h) 
of the Boundaries Act of 1975, effective December 16, 1975 (D.C. Law 1-38; D.C. Official 
Code § l-lOll.Ol(h)), and notwithstanding any other provision .the Council" in its place. 

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2011 Legislation Law 19-93, § 2 

(2) The boundaries for Ward 5 are amended by striking the phrase "to New York 
Avenue, N.W.; thence in an easterly direction along said New York Avenue, N.W.," and 
inserting the phrase "to N Street, N.W.; thence east along said N Street, N.W., to Kirby 
Street, N.W.; thence south along said Kirby Street, N.W., to New York Avenue, N.W.; 
thence in an easterly direction along said New York Avenue, N.W.," in its place. • 

(3) The boundaries for Ward 8 are amended by striking the phrase "thence in an 
easterly direction along said Pennsylvania Avenue, S.E.," and inserting the phrase "thence 
along a line connecting to the intersection of Nicholson Street, S.E., and Anacostia Drive, 
S.E.; thence south along said Nicholson Street, S.E., to Minnesota Avenue, S.E.; thence in 
a northerly direction along said Minnesota Avenue, S.E.," in its. place. 

(b) A new subsection (c) is added to read as follows: 

"(c) The election ward boundaries set forth in subsection (a) of this section that become 
effective January 1, 2012, shall apply for the purpose of determining the ward residence of a 
person signing a nominating petition for the April 3, 2012 primary election during the period 
from November 14, 2011 through December 31, 2011.". 

Sec. 3. Fiscal impact statement. 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement in the committee report for the Ward 
Redisricting Amendment Act of 2011, signed by the Mayor on July 11, 2011 (D.C. Act 
19-0097; 58 DCR 28), as the fiscal impact statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the 
District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official 
Code § l-206.02(c)(3)). 

Sec. 4. Effective date. 

(a) This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), a 30-day period of Congressional review 
as provided in section 602(c)(1) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat.813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(l)), and publication in the 
District of Columbia Register. 

(b) This act shall expire after 225 days of its having taken effect. 
APPROVED: December 21, 2011. 

EFFECTIVE: February 24, 2012. 



OAK HILL CONSERVATION EASEMENT TEMPORARY ACT OF 2011 

Law 19-93 

Act 19-263 

AN ACT to authorize, on a temporary basis, the Mayor to convey an easement to a nonprofit 
conservation group pursuant to the terms of a settlement conditions document between the 
government of the District of Columbia and the United States Environmental Protection 
Agency. 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be cited as the "Oak Hill Conservation Easement Temporary Act of 2011". 

Sec. 2, Notwithstanding any conditions to the contrary or any procedures, requirements, 
or restrictions set forth in the Department of General Services Establishment Act of 2011, 
effective September 14, 2011 (D.C. Law 19-21; 58 DCR 6226), An Act Authorizing the sale of 
certain real estate in the District of Columbia no longer required for public purposes, 
approved August 5, 1939 (53 Stat. 1211; D.C. Official Code § 10-801 et seq.) } or any other law, 
the Council approves the disposition by the Mayor of a portion of the approximately 827 acres 
of real property designated as Tax Map 20, Grid 15, Parcel 96 in the Maryland land records 
and known by the address 8400 River Road, Laurel, Maryland, which was acquired by the 
United States in 1923 for the exclusive use of the District pursuant to the provisions of An 

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Law 19-93, § 2 19th nGotirieil Feriofl 

Act Making appropriations for the government of the District of Columbia and other' "activities 
chargeble in whole or in part against the revenues of such District.'for the fiscal year ending 
June 30, 1924, and for other purposes, approved February 28, 1923 (42 Stat. 1360;' DIC. 
Official Code § 44-1401), and as the Easement Area pursuant to a quit .claim deedcof 
conservation easement for a period of greater than 20 years, inclusive of extension dptionsj to 
a nonprofit conservation group and otherwise in accordance with, the settlement conditions 
document entered into between the government of the District of Columbia and the .t|nited 
States Environmental Protection Agency, in USA EPADpcket No/ RCRAr-3^0lfl TI Q|'71. 

rSeC;3. Fiscal impact statement; ■,. \; ■';'■- ao^-v/v^ .; : - .-■.--■- ■;: ; \,;-; : ; v:-,i> ;. T d.H 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement in ffie c'ommittfee "repbrt for the Oalc c Mill 
Conservation Act of 2011, passed on 1st reading on December 6, 2011, (Engrossed version 7 ) of 
Bill 19-396), as the fiscal impact statement required bisection 602(c)(3) of the District^of 
Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 '(87 Stat. 813; D.Ci Official Code 

§ i-206.o2(c)(3)). ; _. , ;7:: q 

Sec.4. Effective date. ^, : ; , , ^ . ,, ; ; ? :/ ; .,,...,//■ ro^;'; 

(a) This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), a 30-day period of Congressional review 
as provided in section 6Ci2(c)(l) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved 
I)ecerhber 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813;: D.C. Official Code § i-206.02(c)(l)), and publicationin the 
District of Columbia Register. ',"... i; . . .^. ^r i; ., , \ ;V. , ;s ,/i\/ V:7 ■ -Is 

(b) This act shall expire after 225 days of its having taken effect. ai • -: . ^: u ,-n<rr-< 
APPROVED: December 21, 2011. ;/ 1 ;-v ^ Md 
EFFECTIVE: February 24, 2012; v J ; :: "■"■•*■" :- ; '• — •• *-'<; ■■>■''■* : " l - v v'-^ 



RECEIVING STOLEN PROPERTY AND PUBLIC r 

SAFETY AMENDMENT ACT OF 2011 " r ^ 

Law 19-120 ; !••- ■:■.■.,,, ,,„,;■ ■ ^'jirwrVA 

Act 19-262 

AN ACT to amend the District of Columbia Theft and White Collar Crimes Act of 1982 to add 
certain crimes that the grade of ahid sentence for may be aggregated if conducted pursuanrtlo a 
single scheme or systematic course, to remove an exception for credit-card fraud, and to 
eliminate the defense to the completed; offense of receiving stolen property that the property 
was not stolen; to amend section 16-5502 of the District of Columbia Official Code to clarify 
the type of discovery permissible under a special motion to dismiss; to amend An Act For the 
suppression of prostitution in the District of Columbia to clarify that the penalties applicable 
to prostitution are also applicable to the solicitation for prostitution; and to amend the 
Attorney General for the District of Columbia Clarification arid Elected Term Amendment Act 

i of 2010 to clarify the applicability provision. ,'■'/.'. ''■' , . r 

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTEICT OF COLUMBIA, That this 
act may be' cited as the "Receiving Stolen Property and Public Safety Amendment Act; of 

■2011". V -, . ; : . ,. - .::.., v:r ..-.:■:■ ■ .. , .V,!'- ;.- ,;-;- fe 

,"-.'(,;;. TITLE I— RECEIVING STOLEN PROPERTY ..>.■; ' m-it, 

( '--Se& 101. The District of Columbia Theft and White Collar Crimes Act of 1982/ efectiye- 
December 1, 1982 (D.C; Law 4-164; D.C. Official Code § 22-3201 et seq.),is amended as < 

follows: ...■■ ■■. . r ) £.}»";'?. 

■ ' i. ".'■"■.■"■";'. 

(a) Section 102 (D.C. Official Code § 22-3202) is amended to read asfbilows: : ; ; ] ; \ - r ( ." [ 

( i "Sec, 102. Aggregation of amounts received to determine graded of offense; V- - *-r.ri : tn--j 

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2011 Legislation Law 19-120, § 302 

"Amounts or property received pursuant to a single scheme or systematic course of conduct 
in violation of sections 112 (Theft), 121 (Fraud), 123 (Credit Card Fraud), 127b (Identity 
Theft), 131 (Trafficking in Stolen Property), or 132 (Receiving Stolen Property) may be 
aggregated in determining the grade of the offense and the sentence for the offense.". 

(b) Section 131(c) (D.C. Official Code § 22-3231(c)) is amended by striking the word 
"section" and inserting the phrase "section, alone or in conjunction with section 906 of An Act 
To establish a code of law for the District of Columbia, approved March 3, 1901 (31 Stat 1321; 
D.C. Official Code § 22-1803)," in its place. 

(c) Section 132 (D.C. Official Code § 22-3232) is amended as follows: 

(1) Subsection (a) is amended by striking the phrase ", with intent to deprive another of 
the right to the property or a benefit of the property". 

(2) Subsection (b) is amended by striking the phrase "for an attempt to commit the 
offense described in this section" and inserting the phrase "under this section, alone or in 
conjunction with section 906 of An Act To establish a code of law for the District of 
Columbia, approved March 3, 1901 (31 Stat. 1321; D.C. Official Code § 22-1803)," in its 
place. 

(3) A new subsection (d) is added to read as follows: /] ; il [ 

"(d) For the purposes of this section, the term "stolen property" includes property that is 
not in fact stolen if the person who buys, receives, possesses, or obtains control of the 
property had reason to believe that the property was stolen.". 

TITLE II— PUBLIC SAFETY AMENDMENTS ''' 

Sec. 201. Section 16-5502(c)(2) of the District of Columbia Official Code is amended by 
striking the phrase "specialized discovery" and inserting the phrase "specified discovery" in 
its place. 

Sec. 202. ■ Section 1(b) and (c) of An Act For the suppression of prostitution in the District 
of Columbia, approved August 15, 1935 (49 Stat. 651; D.C. Official Code § 22-2701(b) and 
(c)), is amended by striking the word "prostitution" wherever it appears and inserting the 
phrase "prostitution or soliciting for prostitution" in its place. 

Sec. 203. Section 202 of the Attorney General for the District of Columbia Clarification 
and Elected Term Amendment Act of 2010, effective May 27, 2010 (D.C. Law 18-160; 57 
DCR 3012), is amended to read as follows: 

"Sec. 202. Applicability. 

"Section 201 shall apply upon its ratification by a majority of the registered qualified 
electors of the District of Columbia voting in a referendum held for such purpose and a 
35-day period of Congressional review as provided in section 303 of the District of Columbia 
Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 784; D.C. Official Code § 1-203.03), 
and publication in the District of Columbia Register.". 

TITLE III— FISCAL IMPACT; EFFECTIVE DATE 

Sec. 301. Fiscal impact statement. 

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement in the committee report as the fiscal impact 
statement required by section 602(c)(3) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(3)). 

Sec. 302. Effective date. 

This act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by the 
Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), a 60-day period of Congressional review 
as provided in section 602(c)(2) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved 
December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § l-206.02(c)(2)), and publication in the 
District of Columbia Register. 

APPROVED: December 21, 2011. 

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AFFECTED SECTIONS 
PERMANENT AND TEMPORARY LAWS 



Listing Sections of the District of Columbia Code affected by the Public Laws of the 19th 
Council Period, published in the District of Columbia Legislative Service. Classifications reflect 
most current information obtained from the Office of the District Columbia Codification 
Counsel. 



2001 Code Section Law Act Sec. Effect Type DCR Cite 

1-201.03 19-120 - — 19-262 203 Amend--- P 58 DCR 11235 

1-204.35 19-120 ---- 19-262^ - 203 Amend--- P 58 DCR 11235 

1-301.01 - --- 19-21 ----- 19-98--- 9020(a)------ Amend--- P 58 DCR 6226 

1-301.191 19-21 19-98----- 3022 New----- P-- — 58 DCR 6226 

1-307.02 19-21 19-98 5042 Amend--- P 58 DCR 6226 

1-308.21 19-21 ----- 19-98 3003 Repeal--- P— .-- 58 DCR 6226 

1-308.22 19-21 19-98 - 3003 Repeal--- P 58 DCR 6226 

1-308.23 — 19-21 19-98 3003 Repeal-- P 58 DCR 6226 

1-308.24 19-21 19-98 3003 -- Repeal--- P-.— - 58 DCR 6226 

1-308.25---- 19-21 19-98 3003 Repeal--- P 58 DCR 6226 

1-308.26 — -- 19-21 19-98--- 3003 -- Repeal--- P 58 DCR 6226 

1-308.27 19-21 19-98- -- 3003 Repeal--- P----- 58 DCR 6226 

1-308.28"--- — - 19-21 ----- 19-98 3003 Repeal--- P 58 DCR 6226 

1-309.05 19-88 19-248 --- 201(b) Note- — - T----- 58 DCR 11193 

1-309.10 19-3 19-36—-- 2 Note T 58 DCR 2616 

1-325.81 r- 19-21 19-98 9103 - Amend-- P----- 58 DCR 6226 

1-325.91 - 19-21 19-98- --- 9099 Amend-- P 58 DCR 6226 

1-325.201 19-21 19-98 — 1082 New P 58 DCR 6226 

1-328.03 19-21 19-98 1072 New P 58 DCR 6226 

1-333.11 19-21 ----- 19-98 9009 --- Amend--- P----- 58 DCR 6226 

1-523.01 — 19-18 19-89--- 18 Amend--- P—-- 58 DCR 5403 

1-523.01 19-75 19-235 3 Note-— T 58 DCR 10095 

1-603.01 19-21 19-98- --- 1032(a) Amend-- P 58 DCR 6226 

1-606.06 19-21 19-98 1042 — Amend-- P 58 DCR 6226 

1-610.52 19-83 19-243 — 2(a)-- - Amend--- P 58 DCR 11024 

1-610.64 19-83 19-243 2(b) New P----- 58 DCR 11024 

1-611.03 19-21 19-98 3012 --- Amend--- P----- 58 DCR 6226 

1-611.03 19-21 19-98 1002' -- Note P 58 DCR 6226 

1_612.01 19-1 19-34 2- Note T---- 58 DCR 2610 

1-612.01 19-1 19-34 3 Note T----- 58 DCR 2610 

1-612.01 19-1 19-34--- - 4 Note T 58 DCR 2610 

1-616.51 19-6 19-39 2 Note T 58 DCR 2625 

1-621.09 19-21 ----- 19-98--- 1052 -- Amend--- P. 58 DCR 6226 

1-623.06 ---- 19-69 19-212--- 2(a) ---- Note T 58 DCR 9340 

l-623.06a 19-69 19-212 2(b) -- Note T 58 DCR 9340 

1-623.13 19-69 ----- 19-212-- 2(c)- --- Note T 58 DCR 9340 

1-623.27 19-21 19-98 — 1092 Amend--- P 58 DCR 6226 

1-1001.05— 19-7 19-53 2(a) Amend-- P 58 DCR 3882 

1-1001.05 19-88 19-248 102 Note T----- 58 DCR 11193 

1-1001.05 19-88 19-248 103 Note T- — - 58 DCR 11193 

1-1001.05 19-88 19-248---- 104 Note T 58 DCR 11193 

1-1001.05 19-88 19-248 - 105 ---- Note T 58 DCR 11193 

1-1001.05 19-88 19-248 106---- Note T 58 DCR 11193 

1-1001.05 19-88 19-248 107 -- - Note- — - T 58 DCR 11193 

1-1001.05 - 19-88 19-248 108 -- Note T 58 DCR 11193 

1-1001.05 19-88 19-248-- 109--- Note T 58 DCR 11193 

1-1001.05 19-88 19-248-- — -- 110 Note T 58 DCR 11193 

1-1001.05 19-88 19-248- -- 111 Note T 58 DCR 11193 

1-1001.05 19-88 19-248 — 112 ---- Note T 58 DCR 11193 

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1-1001.05 

1-1001.05. - 

1-1001 .Ofr 1 -^--^ 
1-1001.05 ^- r ---^ 
1-1001.05 -----I 

1-1001.05 

1-1001.05 

1-1001.05 

1-1001.05 - 

1-1001.05 ------- 

1-1001.08 

1-1001.10 

1-1041.03 --ii — »*•• 
1-1041.03 — — 

< 1^1102:06 ---• 
1^1201—- — --- 
M329i^--— 
iil403C^— -- — 
2^2l9.0^----— 
2-219.01 i-i— > 
£-2l9X)3 --;—^ 
2-219,03a ----- 
2-219.0^— <- — • 
2^2l9.04a ; ----> 
2-2l9;04b -^-- = 
2-219.04c ."-*— - 

: 2-219.05 — — — 
£-351.05 ;-—--. 
2^351.05 ----- - 

2^352.011----— 

2-^358.04 ----- 

2-36L03 --i-- — 
2^3gl;03^--— — 
2^38L08^-^— - 

'2-38L08 --—= = . 
2-1215.02 -— - 
2-1215.02 - — 
2-1215.02 •-!- — ' 

'2^l217.B4a ^--— ' 
2-1217.34a 
2-1225.02 - — — 
2^1225:02 

2KL225.21 --*-- = «' 
2^1225.21 ----- 

2-1225.21 

2^1226.03 ; - — - — 
£-1373 i------ 

2^1831.05——-- 
3^101.01 — — - 
3^606 : ---^- — 
31I3I8 i— — -- 

; 311351 ------ , 

3-4356 -i----^- 

^04,07—— 

^05.52 ^-- — - 

;^01 -------- 

4^21 , _-._. = «, 

^1301.04 — — 

;4-1301:09a 

i 4-1303 .03c ------ 

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Law Act 

19-88 19-248- 

19-88 ----- 19-248- 

19^88 — ^- 1^248- 
19-88 ---^- 19-248 - 
19L88 --^—19-248- 

19-88 19-248- 

19-88 ----- 19-248 = 
19-88 --.-- 19-248- 

19-88 19-248- 

19-88 19-248- 

19-88 19-248- 

19-7 19-53- 

19_38 -—i-: 19-97-- 
19^92 :^i:^. 19-252 - 
19-33 — — 19-110- 
19-21 --^ 19-98- 
19-21 ----- r 19-98 - 

19^21 -^ --i 19-98 - 
19_^4 r --^ 19-244- 
19^55-^,1 i9-185-- 
19-84 ---^' 19-244- 
19-84 -^- 19-244 - 
■19-84^-4-^U 19-244- 
19^84 --.4y.i 19-244 - 
19_84 •***•*-*■ 19-244- 
19_84 ---'--• 19-244 - 
19^84 -^ 19-244 - 
49-21 ^uU 19-98- 
19^50 :.-.ud 19-180- 
19^ ----^ 19-98— 

19^21 -^ 19-98- 
19-21 ----- 19-98- 

19-21 -^^- 19-98- 
19-21 ----- 19-98 — 

19-21 ------ 19-98- 

l9_21--*— 19-98- 
19^21 •---'-- 19-98- 
19-21 --^- 19-98- 
19^44 ----- 19-174 - 

19-4 ^-- — 19-37- 
19^21 ,-,.! 19-98- 
19^89 -'^ 19-249- 
19_21 ,^-l: 19-98-- 
19^89 ^i„l 19-249- 
19^89 ,,l.^ 19-249 - 
19^55:^-^1 19-185 -- 
19_21 -^- i; - 19-98 - 
19-21 — -•-- 19-98- 
19-21 ----- 19-98- 

19-21 — -- 19-98- 
l9_21 ----- 19-98— 

19-21 ----- 19-98- 

19^21 -----' : 19-98- 

19-21 ^--- 19-98- 
19_21 ----- 19-98- 

19-21 :^l 19-98- 
19^21 -^-— 19-98- 
19^21 -w- 19-98 — 
19-64 ---•-! 19-202- 
19^21 ^--1 19-98 — 
19-21 ^--- 19-98-- 






Sec. Effect 

.113--.-.— Note— - 

U4-- T Note--—. 

115 _----i- tfote---- 

-116 -----.._-. •Note-'-- 

117 ^.---j_- Nbte-'— 

118 --- Note- — 

119 ,-^-_- Note---- 

120 Note — 

121(a) Note — 

201(a)(1) ---- Note — 
201(a)(2) ---- Note--- 

2(b) Amend -- 

2 --i Amend -^ 

■ 2— — i-'-^Note--- 
2 ^--— -V^U Note-'i'-i 
9020(b)—-i- Amend -- 
9038 — — -^- ; Amend -- 
1012 ^----u Amend - 

2(a) -— — - ^-i-' Amend -- 
2 .^-„--_. Note— ^ 
2(b)——--- Amend -■ 
2(c)— -— — — Amend^-- 
2(d) -----1 Amend 1 -- 

2(e)— — — -1 New---: 
2(e)-— ------ New--- 

2(e)-— ---i- New— - 
2(f) ^^-s^: Amend - 
1032(c)—---- Amend - 

2 --^^------- Amend-- 

1032(d) -^-- Amend" 

9023 —-----■ Eepeal — 

9024 ----- Amend — 

9004(a)— --^-' Amend — 
1062 ------ Amend -^ 

9004(b)—"- Repeal - 

5062 --:-^L Note- 

5063 -— -i-- Note-- 
5G64 -— --^ Note— - 

2 ^^--^-itl-U Amend- - 
2,,,-,~i--i Note-- ; - 
9027(a) ----- ? Amend — 
2(a) ---^-^ Note— ^ 
9027(b) ----- Repeal - 
2(b) — --^ Note— ^ 

3 -_..„->:-^ Note— -- 
2— -— - i; -^ Note--^- 
5012 -.--Lia-? Amend^- 
9049 — -i--^ Amend 1 ^ 
3032 ------i^ Amend ( -i 

9035 — ----? Amend ^i 

7032 -— X-^J Amend - 
9050(a)(1)' ---'Amend - 
9050(a)(2) --^ Repeal — 
5092 .--,---■ Amend -- 
5022 — — ; Amend-- 
4022 -------: Amend-- 

9048 --- -^ Amend — 

5052(a) - ; -— -Amend - 
2—^—-- Note — 
9065—--—- Repeal - 
5052(b) --^-^ Amend - 



Type DCR Cite 

T 58 DCR 11193 

T-— 58 DCR 11193 
f ----- '58- DCR 11193 
- ; t--r^- 58DCiRll!l93 
T_^:~ 58 PCR 11193 
T 58' DCiS 11193 

- T---" 58 DCR 11193 

- T 58 DCR 11193 

- T 58 DCR 11193 

- T — - 58 DCR 11193 

- T 58 DCR 11193 

P— - 58 DCR 3882 

i.p.-ii-i 58DCR58&& 
IT---- 58 DCR 11211 
■j T--- 68 DCR 6529 
-P-— 58 DCR 6226 
^p,,,,, 58 DCR 6226 
^p„=„-58DCR^2^ 
^p,,==, 58 DCR 11170 
-.«.. T— - 58 DCR 8962^ 
,p_,,,, 58 DCR 11170 
^p,,,^ 58 DOR 11170 
,,p,,,^ 58 DCR 11170 
-P=— 58 DCR 11170 
p,--.-, 58 DCR 11170 
I> SB ,-, a - 58 DCS 1^170 
p, ai « 58 DCR 11170 
ip,--, 58 DCR 6226 
ip,„=, 58 DCR 8947 

* .p„„ B 58 DCR 6226 
,-;j> a «« 58 DCR 6226 
-P-— 58 DCR 6226 
-jp,,=,, 58 DCR 6226 
-j- P— 58DCR6226 
-j P— 58 DCR 6226 

p^ ==, 58 DCR 6^26 

■j P— 58 DCR 6^26 

p,.,., 58 DCR 6226 

P — - 58 DCR 8935 

^T-— 58 DCR 2618 

p.— 58 DCR 6226 

^T-—- 58 DCR 11204 

,p_,^ 58DCR6226 

IT— 58DCR 11204 

^T-— 58 DCR 11204 

.IT— - 58 DCR 8962 

-p,,„, 58DCR^6226 

1^1,,,, 58 DCR 6226 

Jl,p,=--,, 58DCR;6226 

a ':(p aaaaa 58DCR6226 

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, p aaaaa 58DCR6226 

. p as . = = 58 DCR 6226 

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p=. a = = 58 DCR 6226 

-P— 58 DCR 6226 
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2001 Code Section Law Act 

4-1321.02 - 19-64 19-202—- 



2 — 

3 — - 

4 — - 

5 ---- 



4-1601 -- — - 19-21 

4-1701.01 - 19-21 

4-1702.01 19-21 

4-1702.02 19-21 

4-1703.01 -- 19-21 

4-1704.01 ---- 19-21 

4-1704.02 19-21 

4-1704.03 19-21 

4-1704.04 19-21 

4-1704.05 19-21 

4-1704.06 - 19-21 • 

4-1704.07 ---- 19-21 ■ 

5-405 19-21 ■ 

5-432 -- 19-21 ■ 

6_441 19-21 ■ 

5-544.01 19^83 • 

5-1418 ■*- 19-21 ■ 

5-1501.01 -- 19-18 ■ 

5-1501.02 - 19-18 ■ 

5-1501.03 — 19-18 - 

■5-1501.04. 19-18 - 

5-1501.05 -- -- 19-18 ■ 

5-1501.06 — 19-18 - 

5-1501.07 - — 19-18 - 

5-1501.08 19-18 - 

5-1501.09 - 19-18 - 

5-1501.10 - - 19-18 - 

5-1501.11 - 19-18 - 

5-1501.12 19-18 - 

5-1501.13 --- 19-18 - 

5-1501.14 — - 19-18 - 

5-1501.15 19-18 - 

5-1501.16 — 19-18 - 

6-226 - 19-21 - 

6-703.01 ----- 19-21 - 

6-1054 -- 19-21 - 

6-1071 ---- 19-21 19-98 

6-1110.01 -- 19-21 19-98 

6-1110.01 19-21 19-98 

6-1406.01 --- 19-21 19-98 

6-1451.02 19-71 19-214- — 2(a) 

6-1451.03 19-71 19-214 ---- 2(b) 



- 19-98 - 

■ 19-98-. 

■ 19-98- 

• 19-98- 

• 19-98 - 

■ 19-98- 

■ 19-98- 

■ 19-98- 

■ 19-98- 

■ 19-98- 
19-98- 
19-98- 
19-98- 
19-98- 
19-98 - 
19-243 - 
19-98- 
19-89-- 
19-89-- 
19-89-- 
19-89-- 
19-89- 
19-89- 
19-89- 
19-89- 
19-89-- 
19-89- 
19-89- 
19-89- 
19-89- 
19-89- 
19-89- 
19-89- 
19-98- 
19-98- 
19-98- 



Sec. Effect 

3 _ Note—- 

3002(a) Repeal -■ 

3002(b)------ New---. 

3002(b) New---- 

3002(b) New—- 

3002(b) - New— - 

3002(b)------ New---- 

3002(b) New—- 

3002(b) New— - 

3002(b) New— - 

3002(b) - New— - 

3002(b) New— - 

3002(b)------ New— - 

3013 --- Amend - 

9046 Amend -- 

3014 Amend - 

3 Amend — 

9051 Repeal -- 



New 

New 

New 

New 

6 New — 

7 New 

8 New ---- 

9 New 

10 New 

11 New- — 



12 

13 

14 

15- 

16 ■ 

17- 



■ New 

■ New 

New 

New 

New 

New - — 

2032 - Amend - 

9036 Amend - 

2052 --- Amend -- 

2022 Amend - 

2012 Amend -- 



2015 
9037. 



7-121 - 19-58 ----- 19-188 

7-122 - ---- 19-58 19-188 

7-123 19-58 ----- 19-188 

7-124 - 19-58 ----- 19-188 

7-125 19-58 19-188 

7-126 19-58 19-188 



7-732 --- — 19-21 

7_735 19-21 

7-736 --- — 19-21 

7-743 - 19-21 

7-743 ----- 19-53 



2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

19-98 9079 

19-98 9078(a)- 

19-98 ■ 9078(b)- 

19-98---- 5102 Amend 

19-183 — 3--- Note- 



Note 

Repeal - - 

Note 

Note 

New 

New 

New 

New 

New 

New 

Repeal --- 
Repeal --- 
Repeal - - ■ 



7-751.09 - 19-47 ----- 19-177 2 



Amend — 



7-761.05 ---- 19-21 

7-1131.03 --- 19-21 

7-1131.14 19-21 

7-1303.11 19-21 

7-1305.01 19-21 

7-1305.04 -- 19-21 



19-98 - 
19-98 ■ 
19-98 ■ 
19-98 ■ 
19-98 - 
19-98 - 



5003 - Amend -- 

5033 Amend - 

5032 --- Note- — 

5002(a)- Amend -- 

5002(b) Amend - 

5002(c) Amend - 



Type DCR Cite 

,„ t 58 DCR 9177 

.- p 58 DCR 6226 

- P 58 DCR 6226 

- P 58 DCR 6226 

- P 58 DCR 6226 

- P 58 DCR 6226 

„ P 58 DCR 6226 

- P 58 DCR 6226 

- P 58 DCR 6226 

_ p 58 DCR 6226 

- P 58 DCR 6226 

- P 58 DCR 6226 

- P 58 DCR 6226 

- P 58 DCR 6226 

- P-— 58 DCR 6226 
„ P 58DCR;6226 

- P 58DCM1024 

- P 58 DCR' 6226 

- P 58 DCR 5403 

- P 58 DCR 5403 

- P 58 DCR 5403 

- P 58 DCR 5403 

- P 58 DCR 5403 

- P 58 DCR 5403 

- P 58 DCR 5403 

- P 58 DCR 5403 

- P 58 DCR 5403 

- P 58 DCR 5403 

- P 58 DCR 5403 

. p 58 DCR 5403 

- P 58 DCR 5403 

• P 58 DCR 5403 

■ P 58 DCR 5403 

■ P 58 DCR 5403 

. p 58 DCR 6226 

■ P 58 DCR 6226 

. p 58 DCR 6226 

P 58 DCR 6226 

P 58 DCR 6226 

P 58 DCR 6226 

P 58 DCR 6226 

T 58 DCR 9344 

T 58 DCR 9344 

P 58 DCR 8969 

P_____ 58 DCR! 
P— -- 58 DCR i 

P 58 DCR 8969 

P 58 DCR 8969 

P 58 DCR 8969 

P 58 DCR 6226 

P 58 DCR 6226 

P 58 DCR 6226 

p 58 DCR 6226 

T 58 DCR 8954 

P 58 DCR 8941 

p_.___ 58 DCR 6226 

p 58 DCR 6226 

P 58 DCR 6226 

p 58 DCR 6226 

P 58 DCR 6226 

P 58 DCR 6226 



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19-22 


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10-1012.01 — 19-21 19-98 1032(a) Repeal— P 58 DCR 6226 

10-1013 — 19-21 19-98 ---- 1032(a) Repeal--- P 58 DCR 6226 

10-1014 -~ 19-21 19-98 1032(a) Repeal--- P 58 DCR 6226 

10-1015 — 19-21 19-98 1032(a) Repeal-- P 58 DCR 6226 

10-1016 — - 19-21 19-98 - 1032(a) Repeal--- P----- 58 DCR 6226 

10-1016 -' --- 19-21 19-98 ----- 9018 Repeal--- P 58 DCR 6226 

10-1017 19-21 ----- 19-98 1032(a) Repeal--- P----- 58 DCR 6226 

10-1018 19-21 19-98 --- 1032(a) Repeal --- P--- 58 DCR 6226 

10-1103.04 19-78 ----- 19-238 2 Amend--- P 58 DCR 10102 

10-1141.03 19-70 19-213 2 — Note T 58 DCR 9342 

10-114L03a 19-48 19-178 2 New P 58 DCR 8943 

10-1602.02 19-21 19-98 ---- 8132 Amend--- P 58 DCR 6226 

15-361 - — 19-86 19-246 ---- 2(b) New----- P 58 DCR 11186 

15-362 - — 19-86 19-246 2(b) New P 58 DCR 11186 

15-363 ----- 19-86 19-246 2(b) - New P ,58 DCR11186 

15-364 --------- 19-86 19-246 2(b) New P 58 DCR11186 

15-365 19-86 19-246 2(b) ------- New P--- 58 DCR lil86 

15-366 — - -- 19-86 19-246 2(b) --- New P 58 DCR 11186 

15_367 19-86 19-246 -------- 2(b) New---- P 58 DCR 11186 

15_368 - — - 19-86 19-246 — 2(b) New P 58 DCR 11186 

15-369 - — --19-86 19-246---- 2(b) New P 58 DCR 11186 

15-370 19-86 19-246 2(b) New P 58 DCR 11186 

15-371 - 19-86'---- 19-246 2(b) — New P 58 DCR 11186 

15-381 *----. 19-86 ----- 19-246 2(c) Repeal-- P 58 DCR 11186 

15-382 -------- 19-86 19-246— 2(c)-------- Repeal--- P--- 58 DCR 11186 

15-383 ---------- 19-86 — -- 19-246 2(c) Repeal--- P----- 58 DCR 11186 

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15-385 19-86 ----- 19-246- — 2(c) Repeal--- P 58 DCR 11186 

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15-388 -- -- 19-86 ----- 19-246 2(c) - Repeal--- P---- 58 DCR 11186 

16-5502 - 19-120 ---- 19-262-- 201 ---- Amend--- P 58 DCR 11235 

22-1705 — 19-21 ----- 19-98 9045- Amend--- P 58 DCR 6226 

22-2405 --- - 19-88 19-248 121(b) Note---- T 58 DCR 11193 

22-2701 — - 19-120 ---- 19-262 - 202 Amend--- P 58 DCR 11235 

22-3202 — 19-120 — 19-262 101(a) - Amend--- P 58 DCR 11235 

22-3231 19-120 ---- 19-262 101(b) Amend--- P 58 DCR 11235 

22-3232 19-120 ---- 19-262 --------- 101(c) -- Amend--- P 58 DCR 11235 

24-211.02 - 19-52 19-182 2(a) ---- Note T 58 DCR 8951 

24-211.02 - 19-52 19-182 ------- 2(b) Note T 58 DCR 8951 

24-1102 19-81 19-171 -------- 2- - Amend--- P 58 DCR 8911 

24-1302 19-80 ----- 19-170 2(a) Amend--- P 58 DCR 8908 

24-1303 19-80 ----- 19-170 2(b) Amend--- P 58 DCR 8908 

25-101 --- - 19-23 19400-------- 2(a) --- Amend--- P 58 DCR 6509 

25-118 — - 19-25 19-102 2 Amend--- P 58 DCR 6513 

25-118 19-17 19-82 2 ^ Note----- T 58 DCR 5389 

25-210 - 19-21 19-98 ---- 9026 --- Note P 58 DCR 6226 

25-303 19-23 19-100 2(b) -- Amend--- P--- 58 DCR 6509 

25-314 - 19-23 ----- 19-100 -- 2(c)- Amend--- P 58 DCR 6509 

25-331 — - 19-23 19-100-- 2(d) Amend--- P 58 DCR 6509 

25-332 19-23 19-100---- 2(e) Amend--- P 58 DCR 6509 

25-333 19-23 19-100- - 2ffi --- Amend--- P 58 DCR 6509 

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25-722 19-21 19-98---- 8124- Note P 58 DCR 6226 

25-723 19-21 19-98 -- 8142 ■— Amend--- P 58 DCR 6226 

25-723 --- 19-45 19-175 2 --- Amend--- P 58 DCR 8937 

28-2711— 19-45 > 19-175 — 3 ---- Amend--- P 58 DCR 8937 

28-3814 19-59 19-189 2 --- Amend--- P 58 DCR 8973 

28-3911 19-21 19-98 9003(a) Repeal-- P--- 58 DCR 6226 

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29-101.01 -^-..,^ 49-21- 
31^107— —.--49--21 
31^413^— — — 49-21 
32^241 ----^----—19-21 
34-706— ;-— — .- 49-31 
34^912 -..-i.;---... 19-21 
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34-4434 ,--—,--,. 19-36 
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34-1506 ;—r—— 49-35 
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,34-20^3 •—,.-,_.. 49-21 
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?38-272.04—- — — 19-21 
38-302 -v-^ -.--.. 49-21 
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;38^822.01-r — — 49-37 
38-322.02 —---,— 49-37' 
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38^826.05 ,--—49-37 
38-1204.07f—~— 49-21. 

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39-107 - 19-21 - 

39-501.05 19-21 - 

41-123 19-21 - 

42-815.01 - 19-41 19-156 2(a)-------- Note — 

42-815.02 19-41 19-156 2(b) --- Note — 

42-1102- -— 19-60 19-198 — 2 Amend - 

42-1102 19-60 19-198 3 Note — 

42-1102 ~- 19-74 19-234 2(a) Note — 

42-1102.02 — 19-74 19-234---- 2(b) Note — 

42-1103 - 19-74 19-234-- 2(c) Note-- 



42-2802 19-21 

42-2803.01 --- 19-21 

42-2853.02 19-21 

42-3403.07- 19-21 

42-3504.01 19-21 

42-3504.01 19-21 

42-3531.07 --- 19-21 

44-301.01 19-63 

44-301.07 -------- 19-63 

44^07 19-21 

44-633 - ---.- 19-21 

44-951.01 19-21 

44-951.02 — 19-21 

44-951.03 19-21 

44-951.04 — 19-21 

44-951.05 ---- 19-21 

44-951.06 — - 19-21 

44-951.07 19-21 

44-951.08 19-21 

44-951.09 -- 19-21 

44-951.10 19-21 

44-951.11 - 19-21 

44-951.12 19-21' 

44-951.13 19-21 

44-951.14 19-21 

44-951.15 - 19-21 ■ 

44-951.16 19-21 ■ 

44-951.17 19-21 ■ 

44-951.18 19-21 ■ 

44-1101.01 19-11 ■ 

44-1401 19-93 ■ 



19-98 - 2033 Amend-- 

19-98 ---- 2042 Amend -- 

19-98 — 9030 Amend-- 

19-98 -- 9032 Repeal -- 

19-98 -- 2002 Amend-- 

19-98- 9033 ■-- Amend.-- 

19-98 2072 -- Amend-- 

19-201 2(a) Note— - 

19-201 2(b) Note— - 



19-98 — 
19-98 — 
19-98 — 
19-98 — 
19-98 — 
19-98 — 
19-98 — 
19-98 — 
19-98 — 
19-98 — 
19-98 — 
19-98 — 
19-98 — 
19-98 — 
19-98 — 
19-98 — 
19-98 — 
19-98 — 
19-98 — 
19-98 — 
19-57 — 
19-263 -- 



5150 -- Amend - 

8182 — Amend - 

5112 New — 

5113 --- New — 

5114 New — 

5115 New — 

5116 ---,-- New — 

5117 New — 

5118 New — 

5119 New — 

5120 New — 

5121 New — 

5122 New — 

5123 New — 

5124 New — 

5125 New — 

5126 New — 

5127 New — 

5128 New — 

5129 - New — 

2 Note — 

2 Note — 



47-305.02 .-■ 19-21 19-98 7012(a)(2) 



19-154 • 
19-98- 
19-79- 
19-98- 
19-55- 
19-235 ■ 



47-317.08 19-21 

47-340.26 19-39 

47-340.28 -------- 19-39 

47-340.30 19-39 

47-366 19-21 

47-369.02 19-14 

47-392.02 19-21 

47-412.01 19-9 

47-412.01 19-75 

47-412.01 19-75 19-235 

47-461 - 19-21 19-98 

47^62 19-21 19-98 

47-463 19-21 19-98 

47-464 ---- 19-21 19-98 

47-501 - 19-91 19-251 

47-812 19-21 19-98 

47-825.01 19-9 ----- 19-55 

47-825.01 19-75 19-235 

47-825.01 19-75 19-235 



Repeal ■ 



19-98 9015---- Repeal 

19-154 2(a) Amend -- 

19-154 2(b) -------- Amend-- 



2(c) Amend - 

'7022(b) New----. 

2 Note 

7012(a)(3) --- Amend--. 

2 Note 

2 ---- Note 

6 ----- Note 

7062(a)------ Amend-- 

7062(b) Amend-- 

7062(c) Amend --■■ 

7062(d)------ Amend --- 

2 --- --- Note 

8102 Amend --- 

2 ---- Note 

2 -- Note--- 

4 .___ Note 



Type DCR Cite 

- P----- 58 DCR 6226 
. p 58 DCR 6226 

- P 58 DCR 6226 

- T 58 DCR 8686 

- T 58 DCR 8686 

- P 58 DCR 9169 

- P 58 DCR 9169 

_ T-— 58 DCR 10093 

- T — - 58 DCR 10093 
. t 58 DCR 10093 

- P 58 DCR 6226 

- P 58 DCR 6226 

- P 58 DCR 6226 

. p..,„ 58 DCR 6226 

- P 58 DCR 6226 

. p 58 DCR ,6226 

- P 58 DCR' .6226 

■ T 58 DCR 9175 

-■ T 58 DCR 9175 

- P 58 DCR 6226 

- P 58 DCR 6226 

■ P 58 DCR 6226 

■ P 58 DCR 6226 

- p----- 58 DCR 6226 
. p 58 DCR 6226 

■ p----- 58 DCR 6226 

■ p-,— 58 DCR 6226 

■ P 58 DCR 6226 

■ P 58 DCR 6226 

• p----- 58 DCR 6226 

■ P 58 DCR 6226 

■ P 58 DCR 6226 

P 58 DCR 6226 

P 58 DCR 6226 

P-— 58 DCR 6226 

P 58 DCR 6226 

P 58 DCR 6226 

P 58 DQR 6226 

P 58 DCR 6226 

T 58 DCR 3890 

T 58 DCR 11238 

■P 58 DCR 6226 

P 58 DCR 6226 

P 58 DCR 8471 

P 58 DCR 8471 

P 58 DCR 8471 

P 58 DCR 6226 

T 58 DCR 5383 

P 58 DCR 6226 

T 58 DCR 3.886 

T 58 DCR 10095 

T 58 DCR 10095 

P 58 DCR 6226 

P 58 DCR 6226 

P 58 DCR 6226 

■P 58 DCR 6226 

T 58 DCR 11209- 

P 58 DCR 6226 

T---- 58 DCR 3886 
T-— 58 DCR 10095 
T — - 58 DCR 10095 

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2001 Code Section Law / ; Act 

47-825.01 — — ! 19-75 - — - 19-235 - -- 

47-825.0la ---,--.19-56—.-- 19.186- 

47-825.01a --^-,-- 19-7& — --- 19-235- 

47-825.01a 7 — 19-75 --— 19.235- 

47-902 ---- — 19^21 ----- 19-98 — 

47-1078 ----,,.„- 19-21 —-- 19-98 — 

47^1084 — -,.,--'19-21—- 19-98 — 

^47-1084 --i ---.-:- 19-72 — -.- 19-215- 

,47-4085-- ——' 19^6 ----- 19-176- 

.47-1085 :-----.,,„ ,19-32 - — 19-109 -- 

47-1086 - — -.-.. 19.-51 -^n- 19-181- 

47^1086: — --^,,-, 19-51 --- 19-181 - 

47-1801.04 ^-,--.,19-21 — '- 19-98 — 

47-1801.04 —,. 19-21 — ^ 19-98 — 

47-1803.02 — ^-.-.19-21 ,--> 19-98 — 

47-1803.02 ; >~~,.,< 19-21 .- — 19-98 — 

47-1803.02 — .19-53 — a 19-183- 

47^1803.03 t—— 19-21 — -^ 19-98 — 

47^-1803.03 ---.--. ,19-53 --— 19.183 - 

47-1805.02a — - 19-21 — - 19-98 — 

47-1805.02a —-,-.19-21--.-- 19-98 — 

47-1805.02a . , --,,-- 19-21 -.^ 19.98 --- 

47-1806.03 — ■ 19-53 ,-w^j 19-183 - 

47^1807.02— — 19-21 -r-M 19-98 — 

47-1807.02 >--..-.- 19.-21 ----- 19-98 — 

47-1807.02 — ,-,,< 19-21 — r- 19-98 — 

47-1807.02 -,,-,. 19-53 --«■■ 19-183 - 

47-1807.03 — < 19-53 — -. 19-183- 

47^-1808.03 -— 19-21 -^-- 19-98 — 

47-1808.03 ..-,.^.,19-21--.- 19.98 — 

47-1808.03 -,.,„. 49-21 — -a 19-98 — 

47-1810.02 ---,..- 19-21 — r- 19-98 — 

47-1810.04 - — —19-21 ---^ 19-98- 

47-1810.04 --..,- 19-21 ----- 19-98- 

47-1810.05 -— — 19-21 , — . - 19-98 - 

47-1810.05 ----- 19-21 .— - 19-98 . 

47-1810.06 -- — < 19-21 — -- 19-98- 

47-1810.06 -,-,---19-21 ----- 19-98—-- 

47-1810.07 ------- 19-21 ----- 19-98 — - 

47-1810.07 — --- 19-21 ---^ 19-98 — 

47-1810.08- — — 19-21 -rr- 19-98 — 

47^1810.08 -—19-21 — '- 19-98-- — 

47-1812.08 ----,-19-21 ----- 19-98 — - 

47-1812.08 . — *,,, 19-21 — - 19-98 — 

47-1812.08 --—19-21 —a 19-98—-. 

47^1812.08 --,,-,,„- 19-.53 —-- 19-183-- 

47-1812.08 ----,-- 19-90 ---4 19-250-- 

47-2001— -—_-„- 19-21 -v-- 19-98— 

47-2001 -—,.---19-21 --- - 19-98 ----- 

47^2001 ----- 19-21 --..-< 19-98---. 

r47-2001 - — .-.,-,' 19^21 --.* 19-98- — 

\47-2001 — -,-.,. 19-53 ---- 19-183 — 

47-2002 - — ..,-, 19-21 -.-- 19-98- — 

47-2002 ----,-,„ 19-21 .----- 19-98- — 

47-2002 -—,-„. 19-21 -— - 19.98 — -- 

47-2002 -——--< 19-21— -- 19-98 — - 

47-3002 ——— 19-21 ,**h 19-98 — 

47-2002 -.--,-.- 19^21 — i 19.98-- — 

47-2002 ---...-,19-21 - — 19-98 — 

r47-2002.02 --.--,,vl9-21 -----^ 19-98 — 

,47-2005 ;---,-.^ 19-2 ->-h- 19-35 — 



Sec. 

7052.-,- — 

7092(a) ---r - 

7092(b) — 

2(b) 

2(b) -. — — 

2(b) — — ;- 

2(b) — — 

8002(b).--- 
8004 ,.— 

8152 ,.. — -- 

8153 -.. — - 
4- — - — 

8012 --r-r - 

8002(c) ~--^- 

8003 — v--- 

8004 — -.-- 

8072(a). -— 

8073 ----H- 

8074 .-T--- 
2(b) — - — 
2(b) ,--.^- 
8072(b)- — - 

8073 .--A--;- 

8074 .---.- 
,8022 — ----- 
8002(d) --r-H^ 
8004 ---i--- 
8002(d). -^-:- 
8004 — — -;- 
8002(d) -r^r^ 
8004.. ---vk, 
8002(d) -*^i 



8002(d) Wfam 
8004 .-- &y& 
.8092 -.4HV-H 
8112 ,,- f .-^ 



7---.^- 
2. --.--- 
7002(a)(1) v 
8032(a)-- 
8052(a)-- 
8162 -.-- 
8„,-.-^ 
7002(a)(2) 
8032(b) -^ 
8042 : 
8123 
8143 ■ 



8124 
7002(a)(3):: 

2— — T-- 



Effect •;: .'Type»;t. 
Note----- T — 
Note-.-^ T.— 
Note—-- T— - 
Note---- T-.— 
Amend--- P— --- 
Amend;-:.-, P-—-. 
Amendr^ ; p..... 
Note— - T— -- 
New---- P.— 
Note---- T----- 
New----, P-- — 
Note--^- P---- 
Amend-.- P---.- 
Note--- P-— 
Amende-- P.-... 
Note---- P-,--- 
Note— - T— - 
Amend--. ,P^, -,- 
Note-T--- T — 
New----T P---— 
Note-^- P- — 
Note---- P-^.- 
Note---T'T---- 
Amend-.^ P— , 
Note--^-- P-- — 
Note---- P--,„ 
Note— — T— -- 
Note --^-4 T-.- 
Amend a-- P---.. 
Note---- P — 

Amend ^-h- P--..- 
New---^p.-->. 
Note— -.KP- 
New---- P— 
Note--T-.;P— - 
New-i-fH ; 'P"-- -— 
Note--:---)iP— . 
New-- 1 -v-?tP,-.,. 
Note--H-:!:P— ,. 
New-^M);P— ■— 
Note— f-^r-i P.- — 
Amend^^'P..... 
Amende— P..-.. 
Note-.^- P— - 
Note----- T — 

Note---.- T- 

Amend..- P. — -, 
Amend 1 ---;: P..---- 
Amend ..- P. — ,. 
Amend---,P--... 
Note--,-^ T.--, 
Amend--- P...-- 
Amend-r- P— — 
Amends--.; p..-.. 
Amend;— T-P- — — 
Amend f-H^P — 
Note--^-- :P-.- 
Note--- ;P- — . 
Amend n- 4 1 P..... 
Note-^H;T- — 



BCR CitelOK 
58 DCR 10095 
58DCR8965 
58 DCR 10095 
58 DCR 10095 
58 DCR 6226 
58 DCR 6226 
58 DCR 6226 
58 DCR 9346 
58 DCR 8939 
58 DCR 6527 
58 DCR 8949 
58 DCR 8949 
58 DCR 6226 
58 DCR 6226 
58 DCR 6226 
58 DCR 6226 
58 DCR 8954 
58 DCR 6226 
58 DCR 8954 
58 DCR 6226 
58 DCR 6226 
58 DCR 6226 
58 DCR 8954 
58DCR.6226 
58DCR:6226 
58 DCR 6226 
58 DCR 8954 
58 DCR 8954 
58 DCR S226 
58 DCR 6226 
58 DCR ,6226 
58 DCR.6226 
58DCR;6226 
58 DCR.6226 
58 DCR 6226 
58 DCR6226 
58 DCR ,6226 
,58 DCR.6226 
58 DCR. 6226 
58DCRI6226 
58 DCR 6226 
58 DCR 6226 
58 DCR 6226 
58 DCR 6226 
58 DCR 6226 
58 DCR 8954 
58 DCR 11207 
58 DCR 6226 
58 DCR 6226 
58 DCR 6226 
58 DCR 6226 
58 DCR 8954 
58 DCR, 6226 
58 DCR 6226 
58 DCRi622(5 
58DCR.6226 
58 DCR: 6226 
58 DCR 6226 
58 DCR 6226 
58 DCR 6226 
58 DCR 2614 



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AFFECTED SECTIONS— PERMANENT & TEMPORARY LAWS 



Effect 

Amend -• 
Note---- 
Repeal -■ 
Note---- 
Amend - ■ 
Note--- 
Amend - - 



2001 Code Section Law Act Sec. 

47-2015 19-21 ----- 19-98--- - 7002(a)(4) 

47-2015 19-53 ----- 19-183 9 

47-2033 19-21 19-98 7012(b)(2) 

47-2201 19-53 ----- 19-183 10 - 

47-2202 --- 19-21 ----- 19-98- 7002(b)(1) 

47-2202 - 19-53 ----- 19-183 11 

47-2202.01 19-21 ----- 19-98 7002(b)(2) 

47-2402 19-21 19-98-----^---- 8052(b) - Amend - 

47-2826 19-21 19-98 9034 .--- Amend - 

47-2853.06 19^3 19-173-- 2(b) — ------ Amend - 

47-2853.12 -------- 19-82 19-242 2(a)' Amend - 

47-2853.41 19^3 19-173-- 2(c) Amend - 

47-2853.43 19^3 19-173 2(d) Amend - 

47-2853.44 19^3 ----- 19-173 2(e) Amend - 

47-2853.46 19^3 19-173--- 2(f) 

47-2853.46 19^3 19-173 3 -- 

47-2853.47 19-^3 19-173 2(f) 

47-2853.49 19^3 19-173 2(g) 

47-2853.49 19^3 19-173 --- 3 -- 

47-2853.92 19-82 19-242 

47-2886.13 19-21 19-98 



47-2886.16 19-21 19-98 1063(b)- 

47-3802 19-53 19-183 12 



Note- — 
Amend -- 

New 

Note- — 

2(b) Amend -- 

1063(a) Amend 



47-4214 19-21 19-98 

47-4215 --- 19-21 19-98 

47-4481 19-21 19-98 --- 

47-4605 - 19-54 19-184 

47-4611 19-30 19-107 

47-4625 ----- 19-21 19-98 

47-4625 19-21 19-98 

47-4628 19-31 19-108 

47-4633 19-73 19-228 2(b) 



Amend-- 
Note- — 

8062(a) - Amend-- 

8062(b) Amend -- 

8082(b) New- — 

2 Note- — 

2 Note- — 

7102 Amend-- 

7102(b) Note— - 

2 Note 



47-4634 19-8 

47-4636 19-21 

47-4641 19-12 

47-4641 19-21 

47^642 19-21 

47-4653 19-21 

47-4654 19-21 



19-54 ■ 
19-98 ■ 
19-58 ■ 
19-98 ■ 
19-98 ■ 
19-98 • 
19-98 - 



---- Note--- 

2 Note — 

7042 Amend- 

2(b) Note — 

7112 Note — 

7122 - Note — 

7132(b) New — 

7072(b) New — 



47-4655 19-77 19-237 --- 2(b) New- — 

47-4701 19-21 19-98-- 7142(b) New — - 

47-4702 19-21 19-98 7142(b) New --- 

47-4702 19-53 19-183 13(b) - Note- — 

47-4703 19-21 19-98--- 7142(b) New---- 

47-4703 19-53 19-183 13(c) Note- — 

48-905.02 19-21 19-98 9067(a) - Amend - 

48-907.01 19-21 19-98 9067(b) Repeal -- 



49^34 19-21 

50-323 -- 19-21 

50^08 19-21 

50-921.02 19-21 

50-921.04 19-21 

50-921.13 19-21 

50-921.33 19-21 

50-1401.01 - 19-21 

50-1401.01 19-21 

50-1401.02 19-21 

50-1405.01 19-21 

50-1501.02 19-21 

50-1501.02 19-21 



19-98 

19-98 

19-98 

19-98 

19-98 

19-98 

19-98 

19-98 

19-98 

19-98 -- 

19-98 

19-98 

19-98-- 



50-1501.04 19-76 ----- 19-236 — 



3042 New 

9081 -- Amend--- 

9105 Amend--- 

11002 Amend--- 

6022 Amend--- 

6052 Amend — 

9093 Amend--- 

6002 Amend — 

6005 Note 

6062 Amend--- 

9104 Repeal--- 

6003 - Amend--- 

6005 Note 

2 Note 



Type DCR Cite 

. p 58 DCR 6226 

_ t 58 DCR 8954 

- P 58 DCR 6226 

. t 58D<eR'8954 

- P 58 DCR 6226 

- T 58 DCR 8954 

_ p 58 DCR 6226 

- P 58 DCR 6226 

- P 58 DCR 6226 

- P 58 DCR 8928 

- P 58 DCR 11022 

_ p 58 DCR 8928 

- P 58 DCR 8928 

- P 58 DCR 8928 

- P 58 DCR 8928 

- P 58DCR'8928 

. p 58Ddfi r 8928 

- P 58fitffrS928 

- P 58DCJS-8928 

- P 58 DCR 11022 

- P 58 DCR 6226 

- P 58 DCR 6226 

- T 58DdR"8954 

- P 58 DCR 6226 

- P 58 DCR 6226 

- P 58 DCR 6226 

- T 58 DCR 8960 

■ T 58 DCR 6523 

■ P 58 DCR 6226 

■ P 58 DCR 6226 

■ T 58 DCR 6525 

■ T 58 DCR 9938 

■ T 58 DCR 3884 

• P 58 DCR 6226 

■ T 58 DCR 3892 

• P 58 DCR 6226 

■ P 58 DCR 6226 

■ P 58 DCR 6226 

P 58 DCR 6226 

■ P 58 DCR 10100 

P 58 DCR 6226 

■ P 58 DCR 6226 

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P 58 DCR 6226 

T 58 DCR 8954 

P 58 DCR 6226 

P 58 DCR 6226 

P 58 DCR 6226 

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P 58 DCR 6226 

P 58 DCR 6226 

P 58 DCR 6226 

P 58 DCR 6226 

P----- 58 DCR 6226 

P 58 DCR 6226 

P 58 DCR 6226 

T 58 DCR 10098 

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TABLE! 



2001 Code Section Law : Act Sec. V Effect 

50-1507.06 - 19_21^^ 19-98 -,^.- — 9102-—*-:-^ Amend- 

50-1703:02^. 19-21 -^w* 19-98 -,-9095-^- — Repeal - 

50-2201.05 — ^-— f 19-21 -^ 19-98 -~r>--- — 9002 — ----- Amend ■ 

50-2201.28 ----- 19-49 '--->■ 19-179- — <— 2 -,--- Amend - 

50-2421.10 -^-- — 19-21-"- 19-98 --^-- 9101—-^- Amend- 

50-2531 ---- 19-21 --.- 19-98 <- ; — 6083(a)- — M Amend - 

50-2531.01 r-—— 19-21 ^^-- 19-98;—---^,--- 6083(b)-^^ New -- 

5Q-2532;01,- ■ 19-21 ->.r*. 19-98—---- 6083(c) --^^ New — 

50-2534 — ----- 19-21 .--- 19-98 ~--y^-- 6083(d)--^ T Amend- 

50-2552 -^- ^i9_6&^n- 19-203—-^- 2--.---:-^ Note-4- 

50-^2633 ^~---— 19-21 —^ 19-98— •-«■■— 6082 -i^--& Amend} 
51-107 ^-— 19-16 : v-.^ 19-81—--^- 2 --;-:4 Note-^- 



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TABLE 2 

AFFECTED SECTIONS 
EMERGENCY ACTS 



Listing Sections of the District of Columbia Code affected by the Emergency Acts of the| l'9th 
Council Period, published in the District of Columbia Legislative Service. Classifications reflect 
most current information obtained from the Office of the District of Columbia Codification 
Counsel. 



2001 Code Section Act Sec. DCR Cite 

1-201.03 - 19-261 204 58 DCR 11232 

1-203.03--- - 19-51 2 - - 58 DCR 3878 

1-204.01 19-7 2(a) -- --- 58 DCR 1416 

1-204.01 - 19-7 3 - 58 DCR 1416 

1-204.04---- --- 19-93 ----- 1022 --- ---- 58 DCR 5599 

1-204.21- - 19-7 -- 2(b) - 58 DCR 1416 

1-204.21 19-7 3 - 58 DCR 1416 

1-204.35----- 19-261 204 - 58 DCR 11232 

1-207.38- 19-16 2--- 58 DCR 1534 

1-306.03 19-15 ---- 2 -- 58 DCR 1532 

1-307.02 - 19-93 5012 58 DCR 5599 

1-309.05 ---- 19-230 --- 201(b) 58 DCR 9942 

1-325.191 -.- 19-93 - -- 1032 58 DCR 5599 

1-523.01 -- 19-169 3 58 DCR 8905 

1-523.01 - 19-256 ---- 3 --- 58 DCR 11219 

1-605.01 - 19-74 2 ---- 58 DCR 5373 

1-610.52---- - 19-137 2 58 DCR 6802 

1-610.52 19-137 3 - - 58 DCR 6802 

1-610.52 19-137 4 58 DCR 6802 

1-612.01 - 19-3 2--- 58 DCR 1241 

1-612.01 - 19-3 ---- 3 58 DCR 1241 

1-612.01 --- 19-3 4 58 DCR 1241 

1-612.01 - 19-28 - 2 - 58DCR2587 

1-612,01---- --- 19-50 ---- 2 — ■ 58DCR3874 

1-612.01 19-50 3 - 58 DCR 3874 

1-612.01 19-50 4 - 58 DCR 3874 

1-616.51 19-27 2 -- 58 DCR 2585 

1-623.06 — 19-158 2(a) ---- 58 DCR 8881 

l-623.06a - 19-158 - 2(b) 58 DCR 8881 

1-623.13 -- --- 19-158 2(c)- ---- 58 DCR 8881 

1-1001.05 -- 19-219 2 - 58 DCR 9472 

1-1001.05 19-230 101- 58 DCR 9942 

1-1001.05--- 19-230 102 58 DCR 9942 

1-1001.05 19-230 103 58 DCR 9942 

1-1001.05 19-230 104 58 DCR 9942 

1-1001.05- 19-230 105 --- 58 DCR 9942 

1-1001.05 -- 19-230 106 - 58 DCR 9942 

1-1001.05 - 19-230 107 - 58 DCR 9942 

1-1001.05 - 19-230 108 58 DCR 9942 

1-1001.05 -- 19-230 --- -- 109- - 58 DCR 9942 

1-1001.05 19-230 ---- 110 - 58 DCR 9942 

1-1001.05- 19-230 Ill-- ---- 58DCR9942 

1-1001.05 - -- 19-230 H2 ------------ 58 DCR 9942 

1-1001.05 ---- 19-230 113 -- 58 DCR 9942 

1-1001.05---- 19-230 114---- 58 DCR 9942 

1-1001.05--- - -- 19-230 -- 115 -- 58 DCR 9942 

1-1001.05---- 19-230 -- -- 116 - 58 DCR 9942 

1-1001.05 _-_----- 19-230 ---- 117---- 58 DCR 9942 

1-1001.05 -- - -- 19-230 - 118 - 58 DCR 9942 



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1-1001.05 - - 19-230 

1-1001.05 ----- — - 19-230 

1-4001.05------.-- — — -- 19-230 

1-1001.05-: — - — — — — 19-230 

1-1001.05 ------ --„ — — ----- 19-260 

1-1001.08 »--■-- _--.:- 19^230 

1-1041.03 ----- -1----- - --* 19-218 

1-1041.03 19-218 

1-1102.06- 19-95 - 

1-1102.06 — - 19-197 

2-218.49a- 19-1 - 

2-218.75 19-1 - 

2-219.01 — - - 19-131 

2-219.01 -^---^ 19-167, 

2-351.05 -H--—-- — 19-93 - 

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2-351.05 — ,w-:--,-l~ — -.-.-._ 19444 
2-352.01 — ^--^v.- rr -..— . 19-93- 
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2-1210.01 — -^-v----.— --.- 19.6 -. 

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2-1210.11 — --^~-~ --.-. 19-6 - 
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2-1217.34a- — ----- --:,--..-.-. 1947. - 

2-1225.02— — --;----- — —19-232 

2-1225.21 — ——--- ---. 19-232 

2-1225.21 ~ — — - .-. — 19-232 

2-1226.03 -— '— — - — — - — 19-131 

2-1226.03 - — -^ - - --:- 19467 

2-1831.05- — ^ — ---— — - 19-45 - 

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4-1301.09a-- — - — -----™--. 19465 
4-1306.01 — --, — - ^ — ..-.. 1Q.93 - 
4-1321.02 — - ^-^- — — .-.--.-. 19465 
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6-1451.01 — -- — --- — - — 19-257, 
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7-736.01 — - — -—, --.--.- 19-258 

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7^51.09— -----.----——- 49420 
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- 58 DCR 9942 ' 

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- 58 DCR 5818 
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-- 58 DCR 1236 

- 58 DCR 1236 

- 58 DCR 6789 

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- 58 DCR 6821 

- 58 DCR 5599 

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-58 DCR 1408 
-58 DCR 1429 

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- 58 DCR 11222 
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- 58 DCR 11226 
-58 DCR 5599 

- 58 DCR 8688 
-58 DCR 6754 

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7-2502.08 - 19-45 

7-2502.09 19-45 

7-2504.08 -- - 19-45 

7-2505.03 - 19-45 

7-2508.01 ------ 19-45 

7-2508.02 19-45 

7-2508.04 19-45 

8-1774.10 - 19-43 



Sec. DCR Cite 

502(c)---- 58DCR3701 

502(d) - 58DCR3701 

502(e) -- 58 DCR 3701 

502(f) 58DCR3701 

502(g) 58DCR3701 

502(h) 58DCR3701 

502(i) 58DCR3701 

2 58DCR2923 



8-1774.10 -- - 19-43 3 58 DCR 2923 

9-111.01 ---- 19-254 3(a) ----- 58 DCR 11215 

9-111.01a 19-96 -~- 2 58 DCR 5820 

9-111.01a - 19-96 --,- 3 58 DCR 5820 

9-111.01a ----- 19-96 --- 4 58 DCR 5820 

9-111.01a --------- - 19-96 ----- 5 - 58 DCR 5820 

9-111.01a 19-254 - 3(b) 58 DCR 11215 

9-204.01 19-130 -- 2-- — 58 DCR 6787 

9-204,01 19-160 2 58 DCR 8886 

9-204.01 ---- 19-162 - 2---- 58 DCR 8890 



10-551.01 --------- 19-93 

10-551.02 - 19-93 

10-551.03 --- 19-93 

10-551.04 19-93 

10-551.05 --------- 19-93 

10-551.06 .- ---- 19-93 

10-551.07 - ----- 19-93 

10-551.08 19-93 

10-551.09 19-93 

10-551.10 ---- 19-93 

10-1001 19-93 

10-1001.01 19-93 

10-1002 - 19-93 

10-1003 19-93 

10-1004 19-93 

10-1005 ---- 19-93 

10-1006 ---- 19-93 

10-1007 19-93 

10-1008 - 19-93 

10-1009 19-93 

10-1010 19-93 

10-1011 - 19-93 

10-1012 - 19-93 

10-1012.01 - 19-93 

10-1013 ----- 19-93 

10-1014 - - 19-93 

10-1015 - 19-93 

10-1016 ----,-- 19-93 

10-1017 -- - 19-93 

10-1018 19-93 



1002 58 DCR 5599 

1003 58 DCR 5599 

1004 58 DCR 5599 

1005 58 DCR 5599 

1006 58 DCR 5599 

1007 ----- -- 58 DCR 5599 

1008 --- 58 DCR 5599 

1009 58 DCR 5599 

1010 ---- --- 58 DCR 5599 

1011 58 DCR 5599 

1012(a) - --- 58 DCR 5599 

1012(a) 58 DCR 5599 

1012(a) 58 DCR 5599 

1012(a) -- -- 58 DCR 5599 

1012(a) 58 DCR 5599 

1012(a) 58 DCR 5599 

1012(a) 58 DCR 5599 

1012(a) 58 DCR 5599 

1012(a) - -- 58 DCR 5599 

1012(a) - 58 DCR 5599 

1012(a) ~ 58 DCR 5599 

1012(a) 58 DCR 5599 

1012(a) 58 DCR 5599 

1012(a) 58 DCR 5599 

1012(a) 58 DCR 5599 

1012(a) -- 58 DCR 5599 

1012(a) --- 58 DCR 5599 

1012(a) 58 DCR 5599 

1012(a) 58 DCR 5599 

1012(a) 58 DCR 5599 



10-1141.03a - 19-163 - 2 58 DCR 8892 



10-1602.02 ---- -- 19-93 

12-311 - 19-45 

16-711.01 19-45 

16-1005 ----- -- 19-45 

16-2320.01 - - 19-45 

16-2333 - 19-45 



8022 - 58 DCR 5599 

503 ---- 58 DCR 3701 

504(2) 58 DCR 3701 

505 58 DCR 3701 

506(a) -- 58 DCR 3701 

506(b) ---- - 58 DCR 3701 



16-5502 ,---- 19-261 ---- 201 ------ 58 DCR 11232 



22-303 - 19-45 

22-1211 - 19-45 

22-1307 --- 19-45 

22-1312 -- 19-45 

22-1314 ---- 19-45 

22-1319 19-45 

22-1321 19-45 



507---- 58 DCR 3701 

508 - 58 DCR 3701 

302(a) --- - 58 DCR 3701 

302(b) --- 58 DCR 3701 

302(c) 58 DCR 3701 

103 58 DCR 3701 

303(a) - 58 DCR 3701 



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22-2405 

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22-2701: — - - 

22-2731 ----T- 

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22-3222 '— ---~ 
22-3225.02-.- — ^ 
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22-3227.03—- — - 

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22-4503 — — ^ 

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23-546 ^ — -^ 

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23-1301 — -v- 

24-211.02,-- — -- 
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24-221.01b ------ 

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24-1102 --- ----- 

25-118 - - 

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25-722 ------rr- 

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34-1434 ----- --- 

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— 510(a) 
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— 203-.- 
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— - 511(b) 

— - 101(a). 

— - 512(a) 

— - 512(b) 

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58 DCR 9942 
58 DCR 3701 
58 DCR 3701 
58 DCR 3701 
58 DCR 11232 
58 DCR 3701 
58 DCR 3701 
58 DCR 3701 
58 DCR 3701 
58 DCR 11232 
58 DCR 3701 
58 DCR 3701 
58 DCR 3701 
58 DCR 3701 
58 DCR 11232 
58 DCR 3701 
58 DCR 11232 
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58 DCR 3701 
58 DCR 3701 
58 DCR 11232 
58 DCR 11232 
58 DCR 4256 
58 DCR 3701 
58 DCR 3701 
58 DCR 3701 
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58 DCR 6784 
58 DCR 6784 
58 DCR 9164 
58 DCR 9164 
58 DCR 3701 
58 DCR 3701 ■■■ 
58 DCR 3701 
58 DCR 3859 
58 DCR 4535 
58 DCR 6830 
58 DCR 5599 
58 DCR 2564 
58 DCR 2591 
58 DCR 2591 
58 DCR 2591 
58 DCR 2591 
58 DCR 2591 
58 DCR 2591 
58 DCR 2591 
58 DCR 2591 
58 DCR 2591 
58 DCR 2591 
58 DCR 2591 
58 DCR 2591 
58 DCR 6766 
58 DCR 9154 
58 DCR 6766 
58 DCR 9154 
58 DCR 6766 
58 DCR 9154 
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38-272.01 - 19-4 - 2(d) T -- 58 DCR 1399 

38-272.03--- 19-4 2(e) 58 DCR 1399 

38-274.01 - 19-4 -- --- 2(f) 58 DCR 1399 

38-274.01a 19-4 2(g) 58 DCR 1399 

38-274.02 -. --- 19-4 ------ 2(h) 58 DCR 1399 

38-274.03 194 -- --- 2(i) - 58 DCR 1399 

38^51 - — 19-93 1012(b) -- 58 DCR 5599 

38^52 - 19-93 - 1012(b) 58 DCR 5599 

38^53 19-93 - 1012(b) 58 DCR 5599 

38^54 ---- 19-93 1012(b) 58 DCR 5599 

38-821.01 19-143 --- 2(a) 58 DCR 6814 

38-821.02-- - 19-93 4012 58 DCR 5599 

38-821.02--- — ■ 19-143 2(b) 58 DCR 6814 

38-822.01 19-143 --- 2(c)-- 58 DCR 6814 

38-822.02 --- 19-143 ---- 2(d) - 58 DCR 6814 

38-822.03 19-143 ---- 2(e) 58 DCR 6814 

38-822.04 19-143 2(f) 58 DCR 6814 

38-822.05 19-143 2(g) 58 DCR 6814 

38^822.06 r 19-143 2(h) 58 DCR 6814 

38^825,01 - - 19-143 2(i) 58 DCR 6814 

38-825.02------- 19-143 --- - 2(j) 58 DCR. 6814 

38-825.03 - 19-143 --- 2(k) 58 DCR 6814 

38-826.02 --- 19-143 2(1)- 58 DCR 6814 

38-826.03--- ---- 19-143 2(m) 58 DCR 6814 

38^826.04 19-143 -- 2(n) --- ---- 58 DCR 6814 

38-826.04 19-143 3-- 58 DCR 6814 

38-1202.06 19-4 3 58 DCR 1399 

38-1804.01 19-93 4002- 58 DCR 5599 

38-1833.02-- ---- --- 19-93 --- --- 4042 58 DCR 5599 

38-2901 - 19-93 4003(a) 58 DCR 5599 

38-2903 - 19-93 -- - 4003(b) 58 DCR 5599 

38-2904 19-93 4003(c) ---- 58 DCR 5599 

38-2905 ----- 19-93 4003(d) 58 DCR 5599 

38-2906.02 19-93 4032--- 58 DCR 5599 

38-2914 19-93 7013--- 58 DCR 5599 

42-815 - 19-8 2(a) - --- 58 DCR 1418 

42-815.01 19-8 2(b) - 58 DCR 1418 

42-815.01--- ----- 19-147 2(a) 58 DCR 6828 

42-815.02 19-8 2(c) 58 DCR 1418 

42-815.02--- --- 19-147 ---- 2(b) ---- 58 DCR 6828 

42-815.03 -- 19-8 -- 2(c) 58 DCR 1418 

42-1102 19-12 2(a) --- -- 58 DCR 1433 

42-1102 19-194 2(a) 58 DCR 9160 

42-1102.02-- --- 19-12 2(b) 58 DCR 1433 

42-1102.02 --- - 19-194 2(b) ---- 58 DCR 9160 

42-1103 --- 19-12 - 2(c)---- 58 DCR 1433 

42-1103 - --- 19-194 - 2(c) 58 DCR 9160 

42-2802 ---- 19-62 ' 2- 58 DCR 4242 

42-3502.02- - 19-45 -- 520 ------- 58 DCR 3701 

42^3502.02 19-52 2 - -- 58 DCR 3880 

42-3509.07--- - 19-31 2- 58 DCR 2604 

44^301.01 19466 2(a) 58 DCR 8898 

44^301.07 19-166 2(b) 58 DCR 8898 

44^07 ---- ----- 19-73 -- --- 201 58 DCR 5080 

44^07 19-128 201 — -- 58 DCR 6772 

44-633 -- 19-93 8032 - 58 DCR 5599 

44-1101.01 19-40 --- 2 - -- 58 DCR 2627 

44-1101.01 19-73 101 58 DCR 5080 

44-1101.01-- 19-73 102 - 58 DCR 5080 

44-1101.01 19-73 103 58 DCR 5080 

44-1101.01 19-73 104 - 58 DCR 5080 

44-1101.01 19-73 105 58 DCR 5080 

44-1101.01-- 19-73 106- 58 DCR 5080 



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44-1101.01 --v- 4 - 

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44-1101.01-^^- 
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44-1101.01-—-- 
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47-825.01 — «:-;-v 
47-825.01a---— - 
47-825.01a- — V 
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47-825.0la-^W-, 

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47-825.01a— f--- 

47-1084 -- — — 

47-1085 --— > 

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47-2001 19-157 8- 58 DCR 8688 

47-2002 19-93 7002(a)(2) 58 DCR 5599 

47-2002 19-93 8002 58 DCR 5599 

47-2002 — --- 19-93 8013 58 DCR 5599 

47-2002.02 19-93 - 7002(a)(3) 58 DCR 5599 

47-2005 19-11 2 - 58 DCR 1431 

47-2005 - ---- 19-68 2- 58 DCR 4254 

47-2005 ---- 19-255 - --- 2 58 DCR 11217 

47-2015 19-93 7002(a)(4) 58 DCR 5599 

47-2015 19-157 9 58 DCR 8688 

47-2033 -- 19-93 7012(b)(2) 58 DCR 5599 

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47-2202 19-93 7002(b)(1) 58 DCR 5599 

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47-2202.01 - 19-93 7002(b)(2) 58 DCR 5599 

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47-4605 -- 19-115 3 58 DCR 6540 

47-4605 19-195 2 58 DCR 9162 

47-4611 19-88 -- — 2 58 DCR 5401 

47-4626 19-2 --- --- 2 -— 58 DCR 1238 

47-4628 - 19-75 - --- 2 -- 58 DCR 5375 

47-4628 - 19-161 2- — 58 DCR 8888 

47-4633 - 19-205 ---- 2(b) --- 58 DCR 9326 

47-4634 19-32 — - 2 -- 58 DCR 2606 

47-4641 19-44 2(b) 58 DCR 2925 

47-4702 19-157 13(b) 58 DCR 8688 

47-4703 19457 13(c) 58 DCR 8688 

47-4703 19-157 14 58 DCR 8688 

50-921.11 19-93 7016 58 DCR 5599 

50-1401.01 19-93 - ---- 6002 58 DCR 5599 

50-1501.02 -- 19-45 518 -- -- 58 DCR 3701 

50-1501.02 - 19-93 - 6003 58 DCR 5599 

50-1501.04 - -- 19-208 2 58 DCR 9332 

50-2201.28 19-135 2 58 DCR 6798 

50-2531 19-9 2 58 DCR 1427 

50-2551 19-159 2 58 DCR 8883 

50-2552 19-159 3- — 58 DCR 8883 

50-2603 — - 19-254 4 58 DCR 11215 

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References to Emergency Acts are to Act Number 
References to Permanent and Temporary Laws are to Law Number 



ABSENTEE VOTING 

Generally, Act 19-230 
Military forces, Law 19-88 

ACCESS TO JUSTICE INITIATIVE 

AMENDMENT ACT 
Generally, Law 19-21 

ACCOUNTANT MOBILITY ACT 
Generally, Law 19-43 

ACCOUNTS AND ACCOUNTING 

Economic development special account, 
Act 19-232; Law 19-89 

ACS STATE AND LOCAL SOLUTIONS, INC. 

Contract No. POKV-2006-C-0064, payment, 
Act 19-47 

ACTIONS AND PROCEEDINGS 

Appeal and Review, generally, this index 

Discovery, motion to dismiss, Act 19-261; 

Law 19-120 
Foreclosure, generally, this index 
Judgments and decrees, foreign countries, 

Law 19-86 
Jurisdiction, generally, this index 

ADULT LITERACY REPORTING ACT 
Generally, Law 19-21 

ADVERTISEMENTS 

Turkey Bowl, Act 19-191 

AFFORDABLE HOUSING ANNUAL 

REPORTING AMENDMENT ACT 
Generally, Law 19-21 

AFRICAN AMERICAN CIVIL WAR MEMORIAL 
FREEDOM FOUNDATION, INC. AFRICAN 
AMERICAN CIVIL WAR MUSEUM 
APPROVAL CONGRESSIONAL REVIEW 
EMERGENCY ACT 

Generally, Act 19-13 

AGED PERSONS 

Carver 2000 low income and senior housing 
project, real property taxation, exemp- 
tions, Act 19-115 

Food, grants, Act 19-258 

Low or moderate income housing, tax exemp- 
tions, Act 19-195; Law 19-54 



AGENTS AND AGENCIES 

District Agencies, generally, this index 

AGREEMENTS 

Contracts, generally, this index 

ALABAMA AVE. AFFORDABLE HOUSING, 
LP. 

Real property taxation, exemptions, 
Act 19-44; Law 19-12 

ALARMS 

False alarms, fines and penalties, Act 19-45 

ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES 

Consumption, off premises, taxation, rates 
and charges, Act 19-157; Law 19-183 
Licenses and permits, 
Grocery stores, Southeast Federal Center, 

Law 19-23 
Tasting, manufacturers and manufacturing, 
Acts 19-71, 19-102, 19-148; 
Law 19-17 
Sales, 
Hours of operation, Law 19-21 

Daylight savings time, Act 19-18; 
Law 19-45 

ALCOHOLICS AND CHEMICALLY 
DEPENDENT PERSONS 

Medical care and treatment, Act 19-150 

ALLEN CHAPEL A.M.E. SENIOR 

RESIDENTIAL RENTAL PROJECT 
PROPERTY TAX EXEMPTION 
CLARIFICATION ACT 

Emergency Act, Act 19-44 

Temporary Act, Law 19-12 



ALLEN CHAPEL A.M.E. SENIOR 

RESIDENTIAL RENTAL PROJECT TAX 
RELIEF AMENDMENT ACT 

Generally, Law 19-21 



ALLEYS 

Streets and Alleys, generally, this index 



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ALTERNATIVE EQUITY PAYMENT ALLOCA^ 
TION CONGRESSIONAL REVIEW EMER- 
GENCY AMENDMENT ACT 

Generally, Act 19-1 

AMBULANCES Y ^ 

Hospitals, reimbursement,,Act 19-45 : , : t , ;: 

AMERICAN TRAFFIC SOLUTIONS, INC. 

Contract No. POFA-2006-G-0066, payment^ 

Act 19-29 \ :i ) , ,:„,. -r^./ ,=.;.. , .■:, 

ANACOSTIA AVENUE, N.E. 

Closing, Act 19-46; Law 19-13— ^ ^ : 

ANIMALS 

Cruelty, domestic violence, Act 19-45 

ANNUAL FINANCIAL REPORTING 

MODERNIZATION CONGRESSIONAL H 
REVIEW EMERGENCY AMENDMENT 
ACT 

Generally, Act 19-30 

ANTICIPATION NOTES ^ j 

District, Act 19-153 

APARTMENTS * -XV^A 

Cooperative i apartments, transfer tax; ; 
; recordation tax, exemptions, Act 19-12 

APPEAL AND REVIEW /: ;Hj 

District officers and employees, reduction in 

force, reinstatement, Act 19-27; 
r '- Law 19-6 .:' 'V^, 1 ;:.;.;) " : - i .' 

Health insurance, grievances, !Aci 19-166; 

Law 19-63 " " ' ' 

Heal property tax appeals commission, n - r ' 

Acts 19-33, 19-169, 19-217; Law;19^56 

APPORTIONMENT OF BUSINESS INCOME 
ACT 

Generally, Law 19-21 

■.,' '"■■■ ' '.: v''V' :■.' ■' -^'a-XIA 

APPROPRIATIONS - 

Generally, Acts 19-92, 19^93y 19-116 r ^ 
19-117, 19-517; Laws 19-21, 19-53 
Housing production trust fund, increase, 

Acts 19-62; 19-66, 19-113; Laws 19-14; 

19-15 ■- ; 

Unemployment compensation, Acts 19-124, 
19-231; Law 19-40 ^ 

ARMED FORCES j , 

Military Forces, generally, tliis index 

ARTHUR CAPPER CARROLLSBURG PUBLIC 
IMPROVEMENTS REVENUE BONDS 
AMENDMENT ACT ..:■,..: 
Generally, Law 19-79 .-,,_ v , . : -r. : ..->' 

Congressional Review Emergency Act, 
Act 19-225 

Emergency Act, Act 19-88 ; 'A'.-.;, ;; , 

Temporary Act, Law 19^30- .■-,:■. ^/:..;. h .-.■ -. ,- .;-,-, „ i{ ■■: 

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ASBESTOS / ;? ) 

Limitation of actions, Act 19-45 

ATHLETES 

Concussion, Law 19-22 

Stadiums, contract No. DCHA-2007-C-0002, 

repayment, Act 19-204 r&r. 
Turkey Bowl, advertisements, sponsorships, 
Act 19-191 

ATHLETIC CONCUSSION PROTECT ION ACT 

Generally, Law 19-22- ' " ;r - ; ■■''' 

ATTORNEY GENERAL ' i ^ A 

Application of law, Act 19-261; Law 19-120 

Initiative and referendum, Act 19-51 ■■■■■•/■^ 

AUCTOR CORPORATION ; -,, o : COOA 
Contract No. DCTO-2011-F-OOie,. payment, .,; ■■> 
Act 19-65 

AUDITS AND AUDIT ORS^J,^"^ / " ^^ 
Insurance, Act i9-3ty ' •-' p ' t ; .", ■'., '' ', ' : " u 

AUTOMOBILES . 

Mote* Vehicles, generally ', ihis index ' * " " 

BAG FEE COMPLIANCE AMENDMENT ACT 
Generally, Law 19-21 

BALANCED BUDGET HOLIDAY FURLOUGH^ 
.ACT ; . ■; • >■ ^ -.w,,;^ 

Congressional Review Emergency Act ^1 

Act 19-50 - :■•:.:. ::^'Ki r >v 

Emergency Act, Act 19-3 '■'', , '■•••.>.'.-; ri.n(, 
Temporary Act, Law 19-1 ..',-. . .v.x-l 

;-■ .(!■■ . . ,,. .. ; ; ■■■": -.'■■■ ;:,-AP,H'>t)rH$t- 
BALLET 

Washington Ballet, real property .taxation^ ejxr 
emptions, Law 19-7,7 ri /! ^>v or^iO 

BALLOTS ;-, 

President of the United States, primary eiec-!; 
tion, Act 19-260 ( [i/ 

bank account tax Offset act ^ ^ 

Generally; £aw 19-21 " 

BANKS AND BANKING 

Contract No.; CFOPD-ll-G-023' payment^ ■ 

;-: Act 19-121 :,;■-■ 

Wells Fargo Bank, N.A., contract N'bV, ■■"* 
\;,;CFOP.11.C-024, payment, Act 19^-87 

BARS './:.-.- ; ^;^ 

Taverns and Saloons, generally, this index 

BENNING ROAD, N.E. s ■'■.■■Z "*;, 

Closing* ward seven, Act 19-253; Law 19-87 

BEULAH BAPTIST CHURCH TAX RELIEF ^ 

-ACT .; '. ■■ ; j.JWfU 

Generally, Law, 19-21 j. ..;;..;.!■ ,.«,; -,,?.-/ 



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BEVERAGES 

Alcoholic Beverages, generally, this index 

BLACK ENTERTAINMENT TELEVISION, LLC 

Leases, assignments, fees, Act 19-5 

BOARD OF ELECTIONS AND ETHICS 
MILITARY AND OVERSEAS VOTER 
ACCOMMODATION TEMPORARY 
AMENDMENT ACT 

Generally, Law 19-88 

BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS 

Not for Profit Hospital Corporation, chairper- 
son, designation, Act 19-40; Law 19-11 

Public employee relations board, members 
and membership, holdover, extension, 
Act 19-74 

Real property assessments and appeal board, 
transfer of powers and duties, 
Act 19-256; Law 19-75 

Real Property Tax Appeals Commission, 
this index 

Reentry and exoffenders commission, 
Law 19-80 

Rental housing commission, quorum, 
Act 19-52 

Retirement board, district purchasing, exemp- 
tions, Act 19-144 

BONDS 

Arthur Capper Carrollsburg public improve- 
ments, Acts 19-88, 19-107, 
19-225; Law 19-79 
District. District Bonds, generally, this in- 
dex 
Foreign states, 
Income tax — district, 

Act 19-157; Law 19-53 
Interest, Law 19-21 
Housing, security interest, tax exemptions, 

Law 19-60 
Howard Theatre redevelopment project, tax 
increment financing, 
Act 19-17; Laws 19-4, 19-44 

BONUS AND SPECIAL PAY LIMITATION ACT 
Generally, Law 19-21 

BOUNDARIES 

Elections, 
Precincts, Act 19-219 
Wards, Act 19-218; Laws 19-38, 19-92 

BOXING AND WRESTLING 

Cigarettes and cigars, exemptions, 
Act 19-157; Law 19-53 

BREWERY MANUFACTURERS TASTING 
PERMIT AMENDMENT ACT 
Generally, Law 19-25 
Congressional Review Emergency Act, 

Act 19-148 
Emergency Act, Act 19-71 



BREWERY MANUFACTURERS TASTING PER- 
MIT AMENDMENT ACT— Cont'd 
Temporary Act Law 19-17 

BROKERS 

Contract No. POHC-2005-C-2078, payment, 
Act 19-223 

BRYANT STREET, N.E. 
Closing, Law 19-28 

BUDGETS 

Generally, Acts 19-92, 19-93, 19-116, 
19-117, 19-157; Laws 19-21, 19-53 

BUILDING 18 PROCUREMENT AUTHORITY 

EMERGENCY AMENDMENT ACT 
Generally, Act 19-127 

BUILDINGS 

Construction, generally, this index 
District Buildings, generally, this index 
Public space permits, fees, waivers, 
Act 19-163; Laws 19-48, 19-70 

BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT DISTRICTS 

Notice, five year BID, extension, Act 19-10 

CAMPAIGN CONTRIBUTIONS AND 
EXPENDITURES 

Political committees, reports, Act 19-197 

CAMPAIGN FINANCE REPORTING 
AMENDMENT ACT 

Congressional Review Emergency Act, 

Act 19-197 
Emergency Act, Act 19-95 
Temporary Act, Law 19-33 

CANCER 

Patients, food, home delivery, grants, 
Act 19-258 

CAPITAL ACCESS FUND 
Generally, Act 19-6 

CAPITAL ACCESS PROGRAM 

CONGRESSIONAL REVIEW 

EMERGENCY ACT 
Generally, Act 19-6 

CAPITAL PROJECTS 

Public Improvements and Public Works, 

generally, this index 

CAPPER CARROLLSBURG PUBLIC 

IMPROVEMENTS 
Bonds, Acts 19-88, 19-107, 

19-225; Law 19-79 

CARS 

Motor Vehicles, generally, this index 

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CARVER 2000 LOW INCOME AND SENIOR 
HOUSING PROJECT ACT 

Congressional Review Emergency Acti . >: ; . - 

Act 19-195 
Emergency Act, Act 1 9-1 1 5 ;; ; " _ ; ; ;; ; , 

Temporary Act, Law 19-64 ■./ ,.. 

CHAIRMAN OFFICE 

Vacancies in office, special elections^ -v^-v 

Act 19-7 ' ",.,'■". ...;.;" '"';. ;'';.■; 

CHANCELLOR OF THE DISTRICT OF 

COLUMBIA PUBLIC SCHOOLS SALARY 
ADJUSTMENT APPROVAL EMERGENCY 
ACT 

Generally, Act 19-137 

CHARITIES - ; 

Boxing and wrestling, cigarettes and cigars, 
exemptions, Act 19-157; Law 19-183 

CHARTER SCHOOL PAYMENT ADVANCE 
AMENDMENT ACT 

Generally, Law 19^-21 

Emergency, Act, Act 1 9-93 : ; c - 

CHARTER SCHOOLS -..;:■ - : j 

Schools and School Districts, this index 

CHEMICALLY DEPENDENT PERSONS n 

Medical care and treatment, Act 19-150 : 

child Abuse prevention and 
treatment amendment act ; 

Emergency Act, Act 19-165 
Temporary Act, Law 19-64 

CHILD AND FAMILY SERVICES AGENCY 
MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING 
WITH THE DEPARTMENT OF MENTAL 
HEALTH ACT 

Generally, Law 19-21 r :VJQ7u\\j 

Emergency Act, Act 19-93 ; = '^>' - ■<■■. >r,-: T 

CHILD AND FAMILY SERVICES AGENCY 

SUPPORT OF THE FAMILY TREATMENT) 
COURT PROGRAM ACT 

Generally, Law 19-21 

CHILDREN AND MINORS 

Abuse, reasonable efforts, placement*;. ■. 
Act 19-165; Law 19-64 * 

Contracts, 
Contract No. DCHC-2008-D-8080, children ; , ; , 
and adolescents for supplemental secu-. J 
rity income program, payment, 
^^Act 19^63 
Contract No. GAG-2Q10-C-0142, school 

meals; 1 payment, Actl9-24 -.'. , , ,; "*■' " ' 
Contract No. GAG-2010-C-0 146, school"; 
meals, payment, Act 19-25 ; . : ' ' " 
Food, grants, Act 19-258 ; ' ; ^ (: :; l '- : 

Human Care Agreement 

RM-1G-HCA-MHRS-114-BY4-SC, pay^O 
mentj Act 19-64 -; r - x : ■■■;'^ c ?' ; : >v r -'^ 'n^-ti 

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CHILDREN AND MINORS— Cont'd ^AFJSIVSa 
Interstate Compact for Juveniles, ' orado-iLA 

Act 19-49; Law 19-81 
Pfekindergarten, Act 19-4 -'V ■,■■ ?30AJ8 

Rita B. Bright Family and Youth Center, des-l 

ignation, Act 19-160; Law 19-66 
Schools and School Districts, geheraHy;\0^ 

this index V :..-...*. ^ 

Sex offenses i,. Act- 19-45 ; , \ •',.■• TV:. 

Weapons, registration, gun. offenders^ --A 

Act 19-45 .;. *;.".i.i. . '-■■. ><* '> 

CIGARETTE SALES TAX ENHANCEMENT ; 

ACT > . ■ : r .' :.u' 

GeherallyrLaw 19-21 

CIGARETTES AND CIGARS 
See, also, Tobacco and Tobacco Prod- 
ucts, generally, this index -■"■ -"■'■■ i-'T 
Boxing and wrestling, exemptions; : 

Act 19-157; Law 19-183 ' ^ 

Sales tax, Law 19-21 - r v, ^^ [ b.w& 

Schools and school districts, ' '■ r • l " *. 

Act 19-143; Law 19--37 -^ ' t 

CITIBANK, N.A. i * -^ ^ 

Contract No. CFOPD-ll-C-023, payment, 
, Act 19-121 -^^n::^ 



CITIZENS AND CITIZENSHIP 

Foreign countries, absentee voting, 
Law 19-88 



PXlh'iO'C 



CLARIFICATION OF PERSONAL PROPERTY 
TAX REVENUE REPORTING ACT "^ ^ 
Emergency Act, Act 19-233 

Temporary Act, Law 19-91 ,: " ' ''■-';' Y ''; '" 

CLEAN AND AFFORDABLE ENERGY FISCAL 
YEAR 2011 FUND BALANCE 
AMENDMENT ACT ! r 

Emergency Act, Act 19-43 ' ■• v .' ; 

Temporary Act; 'Law 1 '' 19-10 M ' 

CLOSING ABORTION OF THE PUBLIC 

ALLEY IN SQUARE 2905, S.O. 11-4751, 

^AOT^^^ 
Generally, Law 19-67 

CLOSING OF A PORTION OF A PUBLIC" ; 
ALLEY IN SQUARE 1027, S.O. 06-5762, ' 

ACT ■•■■<:■ ' ■■* .■.-ur.>'<*i 

Generally, Lawl9-62 $>•■••' - --■■.< ..•-—// 

CLOSING OF A PORTION OF ANAGOSTIA ■■■■'■ti 
AVENUE, N.E., ABUTTING PARCEL ) 

170/14 S.O. 11 ^3689 , ACT Vi,.. ^ 

Generally, Law 19-13 

Emergeticy Act, Act. 19-46 <--T ;r : V* j?o- i 

CLOSING OF A PORTION OF BRYANT 

STREET, N.E., AND A PORTION OF ^ 

22ND STREET, N.E., S.O. 06-1262* ACT 

■ Generally, Law 19-28 < ,s /' - •; i <» .:;>;" 



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PUBLIC 
11-4751, 



PUBLIC 
,10-00603, 



CLOSING OF A PORTION OF THE 
ALLEY IN SQUARE 2905, S.O. 
EMERGENCY ACT 

Generally, Act 19-221 

CLOSING OF A PORTION OF THE 
ALLEY IN SQUARE 5052, S.O. 
ACT 

Generally, Law 19-87 
Emergency Act, Act 19-253 



CLOSING OF A PORTION OF THE PUBLIC 
ALLEY IN SQUARE 5148, S.O. 10-01784, 
ACT 

Generally, Law 19-29 
Congressional Review Emergency Act, 

Act 19-193 
Emergency Act, Act 19-125 

CLOSING OF A PUBLIC ALLEY IN SQUARE 
451, S.O. 11-03672, ACT 
Generally, Law 19-27 
Emergency Act, Act 19-149 

CLOSING OF A PUBLIC ALLEY IN SQUARE 

514, S.O. 09-9099, ACT 
Generally, Law 19-26 

CLOSING OF PUBLIC STREET ADJACENT 

TO SQUARE 4376 ACT 
Generally, Law 19-20 

CLOSING OF STREETS AND ALLEYS IN AND 
ADJACENT TO SQUARES 4533, 4534, 
AND 4535, S.O. 09-10850, ACT 

Generally, Law 19-24 

CLOSING OF WATER STREET, S.W., S.O. 

10-15906, ACT 
Generally, Law 19-19 

COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES 

Prekindergarten, grants, Act 19-4 

COMBINED REPORTING ACT 
Generally, Law 19-21 

COMMISSIONS AND COMMISSIONERS 
Boards and Commissions, generally, this 
index 

COMMITTEES 

Elections, campaign contributions and expen- 
ditures, political committees, reports, 
Act 19-197 

COMMUNITY BENEFITS FUND AMENDMENT 
ACT 

Generally, Law 19-21 
Emergency Act, Act 19-93 

COMMUNITY COLLEGE OF THE DISTRICT 

OF COLUMBIA PLAN FOR 

INDEPENDENCE ACT 
Generally, Law 19-21 



COMMUNITY CONNECTIONS, INC. HUMAN 
CARE AGREEMENT 
RM-10-HCA-MHRS-114-BY4-SC EMER- 
GENCY APPROVAL ACT 

Generally, Act 19-64 

COMMUNITY COUNCIL FOR THE HOMELESS 
AT FRIENDSHIP PLACE EQUITABLE 
REAL PROPERTY TAX RELIEF ACT 

Generally, Law 19-42 

COMPACTS 

Compact for Juveniles, 

Act 19-49; Law 19-81 

COMPASS GROUP USA, INC. 

Contract No. GAGA-2008-C-0134, payment, 
Act 19-136 

COMPENSATION AND SALARIES 

District officers and employees, furloughs, 
Act 19-3 

Fire and emergency medical services depart- 
ment, chief, Law 19-83 

Health care professionals, recruitment, lump 
sum payment, Act 19-120 

Medical examiners, chief, Law 19-83 

Police, chief, Law 19-83 

Schools and school districts, chancellors, 
Act 19-137; Law 19-83 

Unemployment Compensation, generally, 
this index 

COMPREHENSIVE HOUSING STRATEGY 
AMENDMENT ACT 
Generally, Law 19-21 
Emergency Act, Act 19-93 

COMPREHENSIVE MILITARY AND 

OVERSEAS VOTERS ACCOMMODATION 
EMERGENCY ACT 

Emergency Act, Act 19-230 
Temporary Act, Law 19-88 

COMPROMISE AND SETTLEMENT 

Disapproved contracts, Act 19-14 

CONCEALMENT 

Weapons, Act 19-261; Law 19-120 

CONCUSSIONS 
Athletes, Law 19-22 

CONSERVATION 

Easements, nonprofit organizations and asso- 
ciations, Act 19-229; Law 19-93 

CONSOLIDATED FORENSIC LABORATORY 

Contract No. POAM-2005-C-0039-DR, pay- 
ment, Act 19-240 

CONSTRUCTION 

Arthur Capper Carrollsburg, payment, 

Act 19-88 
Buildings, environmental protection, 

Acts 19-164, 19-257; Law 19-71 

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CONSTRUCTION^Cofit'd :^V 

Deanwood Community Center, contract, 'pay- 
ment, Act 19-140 i/* 
Georgetown Neighborhood Library^ ■'■-■■ - ^ 
Contract No. DCPL-2009-C-0019A, fia^ * - ■' 

ment, Act 19-138 
Contract No. DCPL-20b9-C-0019J (BPii6Jr^ 
payment, Act 19-139 
Heights On Georgia Avenue, Act 19-75 
Extension, Acts 19-108, 19-161 Jl,: 

CONSYS, INC. ' J " ■ 

Contract No. DCFB-200'S-Ct6'6&8V change or- 
ders, Act 19-83 

CONTINGENCY FOR ADDITIONAL V" 

ESTIMATED REVENUE ACT 
Generally, Law 19-21 

CONTRACTS > f ifi 

Children and Minors, this index ! »A 

Compromise and settlement, disapproved con- 1 
tracts, Act 19-14 ' ■ i ^"- : ■ 

Contract No. 0104-2008-0013A, payment', ; - 
Act 19-72 • ' ■■■-.■:r,r l uiir^ 

Contract No. CFOP-ll-C-024 Appro val-^rid;- 
Payment Authorization Emergency Act/ : 
Act 19-87 

Contract No. CFOPD-ll-C-023 Approval and 
Payment Authorization Emergency Act, 
Act 19-121 

Contract No. CFOPD-ll-C-040 Approval and 
Payment Authorization Emergency Act,' : 
Act 19-118 

Contract No. DCFB-2008-C-0038 Change Or- 
der No. 2 and Proposed Change Order 
No. 3 Approval and Payment Authoriza- 
.. ... tion Emergency Act, Act 19-83 

CMtract No. DCHA-2007-C-0002, payment, 
Act 19-204 ;.-;■;■ / 

Contract No. DCH6-2008-C-9091 Modifica- ; 
tions Approval arid Payment Authoriza- 
tion Emergency Act, Act 19-23 .. , . s . . 

Contract No. DCHC-2008-D-5052 Modifica- 
tions Approval and Payment Authofiza- " 
tion Emergency Act, Act 19-134 

Contract No. DCHC-2008-D-5054 Mbdi^pa- " • 
tion Approval and Payment Authoriza- 
tion Emergency Act, Act 19-142 , , vv ,, ..... 

Contract No. DCHC-2008-D-8080 Approval' ■ "" • 
and Payment Authorization Emergency 
Act, Act 19-63 

Contract No. DCJA-2006-D-DL-021, payment, 
Act 19-122 

Contract No. DCJA-2006-D-DL-022, payment, 
Act 19-41 i :- ^ 

Contract No. DCJA-2006-D-DL-023, payment,: 
Act 19-132 

Contract No. DCJA-2006-D-DL-024, payment, 
Act 19-123 !, :;:i'\,)D 

Contract No. DCJA-2006-D-DL-025, payment* 
Act 19-133 v 

Contract No. DCJA-2006-D-DL-028, payment, 
Act 19-^42 ; . ' ":, , r.>iA 

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CONTRACTS^-Corit'd .■;. ":0 MtVaOJO 

Contract No. DCKA-2008-C-009i Modi^ca- 
tions Approval and Payment Authoriza- 
tion Emergency Act, Act 19-22 ■'}U- t ' l <Ai:u > 

Contract No. DCKA-2010-C-0206 Modification 
Approval and Payment Autnorizaiion^"^^ 
Emergency Act, Act 19-141 ; '^ 

Contract No. DCKT-2010-CA-1020, payment, 
Actl9-207 

Contract No. DCPO-2009-C-0008E Modified " 

.tions Approval and Payment Authoriza-^ r 

J tiori'Emergency Act, Act 19-222 " , \ AlA:J 

Contract No. DCPO-2009-C-008D Modifica- 
tion Approval and, Payment Authqriza- . 
tion Emergency Act, Act 19-224 '[ "\ 

Contract No. DCPL-2609-C-6019A^todifica- ; ' 
tion Approval .and payment Authoriza- ; . 
tion Emergency Act, Act 19-138' 

Contract No 1 ;pCPL-2P09-C-0019JiPI > 46) i: .; O 

Modification Approval and.Payment Aii- ' 

thorization Emergency Act, Act 19-1,39 . 

Contract No. DCPQ-2009-0008D Modificatipn; 
Approval and Payment Authorization 
; < Emergency Acts Act 19-86 - ; -v :yy } \^ 

Contract No. DCTO-2009-C-0253 Modification 
Approval and Payment Authorization. a ,, : ; 
Emergency Act, Act 19-61 

Contract No. DCTO-2011-F-0016 Approyab.iO 
and Payment Authorization Emergency 
Act, Act 19-65 , it --^nMii'jf) 

Contract No. DOC-06-067-KEE, payment, 
;. Act 19-60 -:: -vl^SOJO 

Contract No. GAG-2010-C-0142 Letter Con- 
tract arid Definitive Contract Approyal 
and Payment Authorization Emergency -ir t 
Act, Act 19-24 

Contract No. GAG-2010-C-0146 Letter ^GfflPJO 
tract and Definitive Contract Approval 
and Payment Authorization Emergency v ■ 
Act, Act 19-25 

Contract No. GAGA-2008-C-0134 Mbdifica-'OO 
tions Approval and Payment Authoriza- € < : 
tion Emergency Act, Act 19-136 

Contract No, NFPHC-100 Modification'AiD^ 1 *$ 
proval and Payment Authorization -Enier-- 5 
gency Act, Act 19-78 

Contract No; P©AM-2G05 : C^bO39-DR; pp-»°- 
ment; Act 19-^240 ' ■'■ y " '■'" < ! Zr-y.<^\ 

Contract No. POFA-2006-C-0066 Modification 
Approval and Payment Authorization 
Emergency Act, Act 19-29 : " ■ ^^ : f 

Contract No. Pt)H^2665-C^b78; payment" 1 ' 

Act 19^223 '■ ■■''■■■ :,! '■■;., ; :; ■.;;/ 

Contract No. POKV-2006-C-0064, payment, 

" .. Act 19-47 ■ ,,.. ■ r ,.,.- .,,-. ; ,,, n 

Contract No. SP060b-iO-D-4bl5, payment, ' 

Act 19-20 ; : : .; : :. ;i :■■ 

Contract No. SP0600-10-D-4025, payment, ' 
Act 19-21 

Contract No. SP0600-10-D^4037,; payment;/^ ; 

Act 19-19 o 

Deanwood Community Center, construction, 

payment, Act 19-140: <''■ ,,. ,-. .. ' : :.,v-uh^ 



CONTRACTS— Cont'd 

Federal Contract No. SP0600-10-D-4033, pay- 
ment, Act 19-48 
Jubilee Housing Limited Partnership II, pay- 
ment, 
Contract No. 0076-2007-1, Act 19-84 
Contract No. 0076-2007-2, Act 19-85 
Webster Gardens, LP, payment, Contract No. 
0104-2010C, Act 19-70 

CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES 

Chemically dependent persons, medical care 
and treatment, Act 19-150 

COOPERATIVE APARTMENTS 
Tax exemptions, Law 19-74 
Transfer tax, recordation tax, Acts 19-12, 
19-194 

COOPERATIVE HOUSING ASSOCIATION 
ECONOMIC INTEREST RECORDATION 
TAX AMENDMENT ACT 

Congressional Review Emergency Act, 

Act 19-12 
Emergency Act, Act 19-194 
Temporary Act, Law 19-74 

CORCORAN GALLERY OF ART 

Declaration of covenants, Act 19-2 

CORPORATIONS 

Not For Profit Hospital Corporation, gen- 
erally, this index 

Washington hospital center corporation 

Washington hospital center, Contract No. 
NFPHC-100, payment, Act 19-78 

CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTIONS 

Contract No, DOC-06-067-KEE, payment, 
Act 19-60 

Good time credits, Act 19-45 

Officers and employees, hours of work, fur- 
loughs, Act 19-28 

Release, inmates, Acts 19-129, 
19-196; Law 19-52 

COUNCIL TECHNOLOGY PROJECTS FUND 
ESTABLISHMENT ACT 
Generally, Law 19-21 
Emergency Act, Act 19-93 

COUNCILS 

Physical fitness, health, and nutrition mayors 
council, Law 19-58 

COURSES OF STUDY OR INSTRUCTION 

Schools and school districts, health and sani- 
tation, Act 19-143; Law 19-37 

COURTS 

Compact for Juveniles, Act 19-49 



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COVENANTS 



Corcoran Gallery of Art, declaration of cove- 
nants, Act 19-2 

CREDIT 

Good time credits, correctional institutions, 

Act 19-45 
Renewable energy, solar energy, 

Act 19-126; Law 19-36 

CREDIT CARDS 

Fraud, Act 19-261; Law 19-120 

CREDITOR CALLING ACT 
Generally, Law 19-59 



CREDITORS 

Telecommunications, 
Law 19-59, 



time, restrictions, 



CRIMES AND OFFENSES 
Disorderly conduct, Act 19-45 
Domestic violence, animals, cruelty, 

Act 19-45 
Domicile and residence, protests, Act 19-45 
Electronic monitoring, tampering, Act 19-45 
Fraud, generally, this index 
Motor vehicles, registration, repeals, 

Act 19-208; Law 19-76 
Nine one one, false reports, Act 19-45 
Prostitution, Act 19-261; Law 19-120 
Reentry and exoffenders commission, 

Law 19-80 
Sex Offenses, generally, this index 
Stolen property, receiving, 

Act 19-261; Law 19-120 
Theft, generally, this index 

CRIMINAL CODE REFORM AMENDMENT ' 
ACT 

Congressional Review Emergency Act, 

Act 19-45 
Extension Act, Law 19-21 

CRIMINAL PENALTY FOR UNREGISTERED 
MOTORIST REPEAL EMERGENCY 
AMENDMENT ACT 

Emergency Act, Act 19-208 
Temporary Act, Law 19-76 

CROSSWALKS 

Infractions, rights of way, jurisdiction. 
Act 19-135; Law 19-49 v 

CURBSIDE PARKING PROTECTION 

AMENDMENT ACT 
Generally, Law 19-21 

DAY CARE POLICY AMENDMENT ACT 

Generally, Law 19-21 
Emergency Act, Act 19-93 

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.DAYLIGHT SAVINGS TIME EXTENSION OF i 

HOURS ACT r^ ,; 

Generally, Law 19-45 ; ■ ;j ., . ^ 
Emergency Act, Act 19-18 

DC CENTRAL KITCHEN 

Contract No. GAG^010-d-0146/]pa;ymerit; J 
Act 19-25 

DC CHARTERED HEALTH PLAN, INC. 

Contract No. DCHC-2008-D-5052, payment, 
Act 19-134 :^ ^ ;; 

DC LINES, INC. 

Contract No. DCKA-2008-G-0091rpayment, -, 

Act 19-22 ' ',■;"■' '.[,'," : .; 

DEANWOOD COMMUNITY CENTER 

Construction,. contracts, payment, Act 19-140 

DEBTORS AND CREDITORS -'"■ - ^ 
Telecommunications, time, restrictions, 

Law 19-59 M "" ; MM 'MMiM.' 

DECREES -■■■ ,'■;.,.' :... l^'^r- '."r-Z'.'^l 
Foreign countries, Law 19-86 , 

DELINQUENT CHILDREN ^ ' 

Interstate Compact for Juveniles, Law 19-81 

DEMOLITION 

District buildings, district pur chasing,' exemp- 
tions, Act 19-127 

DEPARTMENT OF FORENSIC SCIENCES ' 
ESTABLISHMENT ACT ! -- ^ * - i! 

Generally, Law 19-18 \i M'xwtWrft :t:M 

DEPARTMENT OF GENERAL SERVICES' 

ESTABLISHMENT ACT .n[ iVl < MV v, ,fi<Mi<' 
Generally, Law 19-21 

Emergency Act, Act 19-93 ; ■,- ,q j/^jvj^;;; 

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH FUNCTIONS' 

CLARIFICATION EMERGENCY ' ° ' 

AMENDMENT ACT 

Generally, Act 19-258 vi ] ir ! f : : ; J -^ 

DEPART MENT OF MOTOR VEHICLES FEE -> 
MODIFICATION AMENDMENT ACT 

Generally, Law 19-21 -■'-■' ■ /■«*- .'-M- 

Emergency Act, Act 19-93 ;- 

DEPARTMENT OF PARKS AND 

RECREATION REVENUE GENERATION 
AMENDMENT 

Generally, Law 19-21 ,a 

DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION 

CAPITAL BUDGET ALLOCATION ; 

AUTHORITY ACT 

Generally, Law 19-21 ' ' w " i; - : ; " :} 

DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION M ' 
ENTERPRISE FUND AMENDMENT ACT 

Generally, Law 19-21. ; ,> < ■,, ., ■■■ ,..-.■> 

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DEPENDENT OR NEGLECTED CHILDREN/iQO 

Interstate Compact for Juveniles, Law 19^811 

DETENTION FACILITIES n j ( j f u, 

Correctional Institutions, generally , this 

index ;.;;; ■■.,,.. /-, . . n. /u r ■■■ ':■.-,■. -■.;'.) 

DETERMINATION OF CALCULATED RATE )? , 

FOR FISCAL YEAR 2t)i 2 ACT 
Generally, Law 19-21 

DEVELOPMENT- ""/'""' ''''' '" *'■", 

Third & H Streets, 'N.E. economic develop- 
ment, tax exemptions, Law 19-8 

DIGITAL INCLUSION GRAWt MAKING ' 

AMENDMENT ACT 

Generally, Law 19-21 ■ " ' ' 

DIRECT LOAN FUND FOR CHARTER 

SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT AMENDMENT::: 

:.. act. . ■ -.r-:.-j 

Generally, Law 19-21 MMT 

Emergency Act, Act 19-93 , ■■-.y^.r.i:":- 

DISABILITY COMPENSATION PROGRAM; < m ,M 

AMENDMENT ACT r, r : v 

Generally, Law 19-21 

DISABLED PERSONS ; 

Human Care Agreement 

RM-10-HCA-MHRS-114-BY4-SC, pay- .. ; 

ment, Act 19-64 ' '' \'; u ';* 

DISADVANTAGED BUSINESSES x 

Purchases arid pur chasihg, participationy ; 

J}: " Act i9-i \ ■■/■"' '■■' j: ;';;"' '.■;'." .'■.,'";.;:. 

DISASTERS 

Training, plaris'ari^ specilicatiotis^ ^ ' ^'i^-KKj 
Acts 1^16, 19-36 •"'■?> ' -unii:i, ■■ 

■■/;:>.-i r ':i! )*M'\ 

DISCOVERY M- i\ Mm nP 

Motion' to' ■dismiss,- Act 19-261; Law 19^120; ( > 

DISEASES M ^-^ 

Fire and emergency medical services depart- 
ments, Labor Day, donations, 

r Act 19-114 , v ; "i- ;'■■:;■■■■ i- !':■-. .MM-.^OO 
Patients, food, home delivery;' grants,; v 
Act 19-258 

DISMISSAL AND NONSUIT 

Motions, discovery, Act 19-261; Law 19-120 ,. 

CJiSORDERLY CONDUpf CONGRESSIONAL 
REVIEW EMERGENCY AMENDMENT 
ACT 

Generally, Act 19-45 '' / n ,:-;:- , ) 

DISPOSED REAL PROPERTY 

PROCUREMENT CLARIFICATION 
AMENDMENT ACT ;M OQ 

Generally, Law 19-r.50_ ■■>[■■ ■•:.., ?..$> •-,>■>.. ■■ , ■■.-.■/? 



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DISTRIBUTED GENERATION AMENDMENT 
ACT 

Generally, Law 19-36 
Congressional Review Emergency Act, 

Act 19-192 
Emergency Act, Act 19-126 

DISTRICT 

Agents and agencies, officers and employees, 

furloughs 
Holidays, Act 19-50 

Hours of work, Acts 19-3, 19-28; Law 19-1 
Anticipation notes, Act 19-153 
Bonds, District Bonds, this index 
Boundaries, elections, 
Precincts, Act 19-219 
Wards, Acts 19-218; Law 19-38 
Buildings. District Buildings, generally, 

this index 
Compromise and settlement, disapproved con- 
tracts, Act 19-14 
Councils, vacancies in office, special elections, 

Act 19-7 
Departments, forensic sciences department, 

Law 19-18 
District department of transportation unified 

fund, Act 19-254 
First source employment, Law 19-84 
Income Tax — District, generally, this index 
Landscaping, contract No. 

DCKT-2010-CA-1020, payment, 

Act 19-207 
Officers and employees. District Officers 

and Employees, generally, this index 

DISTRICT AGENCIES 

Officers and employees, furloughs 
Holidays, Act 19-50 
Hours of work, Acts 19-3, 19-28; Law 19-1 

DISTRICT BONDS 
Generally, Act 19-216; Law 19-39 

Arthur Capper Carrollsburg, payment, 
Acts 19-107, 19-225; Law 19-79 

Howard Theatre redevelopment project, tax 
increment financing, Laws 19-4, 19-44 

Public improvements and public works, 
Act 19-145 

DISTRICT BUILDINGS 
Easements, Act 19-220 
Public space permits, fees, waivers, 
Act 19-163; Laws 19-48, 19-70 

Purchases and purchasing, exemptions, 
Act 19-127 

DISTRICT COUNCIL 

Vacancies in office, special elections, 
Act 19-7 



DISTRICT DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTA- 
TION ADVERTISEMENT AMENDMENT 
ACT 

Generally, Law 19-21 

DISTRICT DEPARTMENT OF 

TRANSPORTATION CAPITAL PROJECT 
REVIEW AND RECONCILIATION ACT 

Emergency Act, Act 19-96 
Temporary Act, Law 19-34 

DISTRICT DEPARTMENT OF 

TRANSPORTATION OMNIBUS 
EMERGENCY AMENDMENT ACT 

Generally, Act 19-254 

DISTRICT DEPARTMENTS 

Forensic sciences department, Law 19-18 

DISTRICT MULTIYEAR CONTRACT UNDER 

FEDERAL CONTRACT NO. 

SP0600-10-D-4015 APPROVAL AND 

PAYMENT AUTHORIZATION 

EMERGENCY ACT 
Generally, Act 19-20 

DISTRICT MULTIYEAR CONTRACT UNDER 

FEDERAL CONTRACT NO. 

SP0600-10-D-4025 APPROVAL AND 

PAYMENT AUTHORIZATION 

EMERGENCY ACT 
Generally, Act 19-21 

DISTRICT MULTIYEAR CONTRACT UNDER 

FEDERAL CONTRACT NO. 

SP0600-10-D-4033 APPROVAL AND 

PAYMENT AUTHORIZATION 

EMERGENCY ACT 
Generally, Act 19-48 

DISTRICT MULTIYEAR CONTRACT UNDER 

FEDERAL CONTRACT NO. 

SP0600-10-D-4037 APPROVAL AND 

PAYMENT AUTHORIZATION 

EMERGENCY ACT 
Generally, Act 19-19 ■ 

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA BOARD OF 
ELECTIONS AND ETHICS PRIMARY 
DATE ALTERATION AMENDMENT ACT 

Generally, Law 19-7 

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA GOOD TIME 

CREDITS CONGRESSIONAL REVIEW 
EMERGENCY AMENDMENT ACT 

Generally, Act 19-45 

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA MAIN STREET TAX 

FAIRNESS ACT 
Generally, Law 19-21 



DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA OFFICIAL CODE 
TITLE 29 BUSINESS ORGANIZATIONS 
IMPLEMENTATION AMENDMENT ACT 
I Generally, Law 19-21 

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DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA OMNIBUS ;yy 

AUTHORIZATION ACT, 2012 

Generally, Act 19-92 ', '.;. 

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA RETIREMENT 

BOARD PROCUREMENT EXEMPTION . 
EMERGENCY AMENDMENT ACT 

Generally, Act 19-144 h 

DISTRICT OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES 

Furloughs, 
Holidays, Act 19-50 ^, , :/ 

Hours of work, Acts 19-3, 19-28; Law 19-1 
- Public employee relations board, members 

and membership, holdover, extension? '; 
Act 19-74 
Reduction in force, reinstatement,, appeal arid 

review, Act 19-27; Law 19^6 ^ 

Workers compensation, 

Act 19-158; Law 19^69 ;v r^ 

DISTRICT PURCHASING 

Public lands, application of law, Law 19-50 
Retirement board, exemptions, Act '19-1 44 

DOC INMATE PROCESSING AND RELEASE 
AMENDMENT ACT 

Congressional Review Emergency Act, * 
Act 19-196 \ 

Emergency Act, Act 19-129 
Temporary Act, Law 19-52 '/'• . ' ' 

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE 

Animals, cruelty, Act 19-45 ' J ; 

DOMICILE AND RESIDENCE 

Protests, crimes' and offenses, Act 19-45 

. ■.'■[■ ,.. ■('■..■■■■ j ■ 

DONATIONS 

Fire and emergency medical services depart- 
ments, Labor Day, Act 19-11 4 

DRIVING RULES VI; 

Traffic Rules and Regulations, generally, 

this index -■ ' [ -J" '" 

DWELLINGS F . r ; vr; 

Housing, generally, this index ,,'.,-.■' ;| 

E NINE ONE ONE (E911) FUND FIXED COSTS, 
AMENDMENT ACT 

Generally, Law 19-21 • ■ ^ ■ ; , ■■• 

E NINE ONE ONE (E911) FUND FIXED COSTS 
EMERGENCY AMENDMENT ACT , 

Generally, Act 19-93 

EARNINGS V 

Compensation and Salaries, generally, this 
index 

EASEMENTS 

Conservation,. nonprofit organizations and as- 
sociations, Act 10-229; Law 19-93 , 

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EASEMENTS— Gont , 4^: v ; : jci^;:i■>:^:ii , 'vK^^T8EQ 
Corcoran Gallery of Art, Act 19-2 *-£> A 
District buildings, Act 19^220- .;■. - ,■.-.- ' ,n^'.) 

.-/■„■' ■■■■;•; >rr-iw' ] 
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT r f 
Third & H Streets,, N.E. economic develop.) r^; [ 
ment project, tax exemptions, Law 19-8 

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT SPECIAL ^ J 

ACCOUNT REVIVAL EMERGENCY . 
AMENDMENT ACT 

Emergency Act, Act 19-232 ■ ' 

Temporary Act, Law 19-89 ' l ; 

EDUCATION 

Pregnancy, food, grants, Act 19-258 ^ • > ^ i 
Schools and School Districts; generally, i 

this index : ; , •■■.-.<.• -.v.-r-Mi 

EFUNDS CORPORATION -V 

1 Contract, No. CFOPD-ll-C-040, payment,- j, II0 '-, 
Act 19-118 ; „ : .:-™- f i 

ELDERLY PERSONS ,:! 

Aged Persons, generally; this index ,> r ru t q^(\ 

,.>' W ■■•k/.I 
ELECTED ATTORNEY GENERAL ,rO/:ii ! 

REFERENDUM EMERGENCY n j 

AMENDMENT ACT ^ .: lw r -\ 

Generally Act 19-51 ; v ... , ■ . . ,- r .^ rni i 



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ELECTIONS 

Absentee Voting, generally, this index, ^ 
Attorney general, initiative and referendum^ } 
Act 19-51 

Boundaries, 

Precincts, Act 19-219 ..„,., 

Wards, Acts 19-218; Laws 19-38, 19-92^ 

Campaign contributions and expenditures, re-' 

ports, Acts 19-95, 19-110, 19-197 ' = 
Primary elections, ■• " "■•■•'• ' l v '** 

President of the United States, 
Ballots, Act 19-260 ^ / rviTBlQ 

Time, Law 19-7 - ., : , 7 , : . r , , ., ■ . , ^ 

Vacancies in office',* special elections', \ ." ' r \ 

Acti9-7 "..../ l ,;; V T ' 



■■.■<-i - : 

i to A 



! ELECTRitiiAN EQUALlf Y ACT 

: Generally, Law 19-82 

ELECTRICITY 

Disconnection, Acts 19-77, 19-119 

Electricians, licenses and permits, 
Law 19-82 ' 

ELECTRONIC MONITORING 

Tampering' Act 19-45 ' J 



ELECTRONIC TRANSACTIONS 

Labor and employment, income tax-^dis'trict^j 
withholding, electronic transactionSn, f -ya V 
statements, Act 19-226 v .\\\ ; ; ^A 



EMERGENCIES 

Training, plans and specifications, 
Acts 19-16, 19-36 

EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES 

Training, plans and specifications, 
Acts 19-16, 19-36 



EMPLOYMENT 
Labor and Employment, generally, this in- 
dex 

EMPLOYMENT SECURITY 
Unemployment Compensation, generally, 
this index 

ENERGY 

Electricity, public utilities, disconnection, 

Acts 19-77, 19-119 
Renewable energy, 
Incentives, Act 19-43 
Solar energy, Act 19-126; Law 19-36 
Standards, Act 19-192 
Sustainable energy trust fund, Law 19-10 

ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION 

Buildings, construction, Acts 19-164, 
19-257; Law 19-71 

EUCLID 

Jubilee Housing Limited Partnership II, pay- 
ment, 
Contract No. 0076-2007-1, Act 19-84 
Contract No. 0076-2007-2, Act 19-85 

EXECUTIVE SERVICE COMPENSATION 

AMENDMENT ACT 
Generally, Law 19-83 

EXEMPTIONS 

Boxing and wrestling, cigarettes and cigars, 

Act 19-157; Law 19-53 
Real Property Taxation, this index 
Sales Tax, this index 
Tax Exemptions, generally, this index 

EXEMPTIONS AND ABATEMENTS 

INFORMATION REQUIREMENTS ACT 
Generally, Law 19-21 

EXTENSION OF REVIEW PERIOD FOR THE 
RHODE ISLAND AVENUE SMALL AREA 
ACTION PLAN EMERGENCY 
AMENDMENT ACT 

Generally, Act 19-15 

EXTENSION OF TIME CONGRESSIONAL 
REVIEW EMERGENCY AMENDMENT 
ACT 

Generally, Act 19-10 

F STREET, N.E. 

Closing, ward six, Law 19-24 

FALSE ALARMS 

Fines and penalties, Act 19-45 



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FALSE STATEMENTS 
Fraud, generally, this index 

FAMILIES 

Child abuse, reasonable'efforts, placement, 
Act 19-165; Law 19-64 

Rita B. Bright Family and Youth Center, des- 
ignation, Act 19-160; Law 19-66 



FAMILIES TOGETHER AMENDMENT ACT 

Generally, Law 19-21 
Emergency Act, Act 19-93 

FEMALES 

Pregnancy, food, grants, Act 19-258 

FEMS OVERTIME LIMITATION AMENDMENT 
ACT 

Generally, Law 19-21 

FEMS UNIFORMED MEMBERS LABOR DAY 
FUNDRAISING FOR MUSCULAR 
DYSTROPHY EXEMPTION EMERGENCY 
ACT 

Generally, Act 19-114 

FIFTH (5TH) STREET, N.W. 
Closing, ward two, Law 19-26 

FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS 

Banks and Banking, generally, this index 

FINANCIAL STATEMENTS AND REPORTS 
Insurance, Act 19-30 

FINES AND PENALTIES 
False alarms, Act 19-45 
Motor vehicles, registration, repeals, 
Act 19-208; Law 19-76 

Weapons, registration, Act 19-45 , : 

FIRE AND EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES 
DEPARTMENT 

Chief, compensation and salaries, Law 19-83 
Labor Day, donations, Act 19-114 

FIREARMS 

Weapons, generally, this index 

FIREFIGHTERS AND FIRE DEPARTMENTS 

Contract No. DCFB-2008-C-0038, change or- 
ders, Act 19-83 

District buildings, district purchasing, exemp- 
tions, Act 19-127 

FIRST CONGREGATIONAL UNITED CHURCH 
OF CHRIST PROPERTY TAX 
ABATEMENT TECHNICAL AMENDMENT 
ACT 

Generally, Law 19-21 



FIRST SOURCE EMPLOYMENT 

District, Law 19-84 



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FISCAL YEAR 2011, 2012, AND 2013 FUND- 
ING TRANSFER AMENDMENT AQT, 
Generally, Law 19-21 
Emergency Act, Act 19-93 : , 

.<.■■;■ ■ :*■ ■ V ■■':'.; 

FISCAL YEAR 2011 OFFICE OF PUBLIC 
EDUCATION FACILITIES 
MODERNIZATION FUNDING REVISED 
ACT 

Emergency Act, Act ,19-26 , : ;r;C / i ' r) .' 'i, . •"■ ' ■ 

Temporary Act, Law 19r5 ! , ; .:■■,: .,-r) 

FISCAL YEAR 2011 REVISED BUDGET 

EMERGENCY AMENDMENT ACT ^; 

Generally, Act 19-117 

FISCAL YEAR 2012 BUDGET REQUEST ACT > 

Generally, Act 19-92 i"i. '< * 

FISCAL YEAR 2012 BUDGET SUPPORT ACT 

Generally, Law 19-21 •■' l |L : : ] 

Emergency Act, Act 19-93 

FISCAL YEAR 2012 DEDICATED TAX 

EMERGENCY TECHNICAL AMENDMENT 

ACT 

Generally, Act 19-116" : ' -'■' ! "'- Vv " ; ' 

FISCAL YEAR 2012 TAX REVENUE 

ANTICIPATION NOTES ACT 
Generally, Act 19-153 

FISCAL YEAR 2012 TRANSFER OF SPECIAL 
PURPOSE FUNDS ACT 

Generally, Law 19-21 _ ^ 

FOOD 

Diseases, patients, home delivery, 'grants, 

Act 19-258 -: J 

Pregnancy, grants, Act 19-258' A ■' ■'■'''' ^ ;;il ' '''' ' • 
School meals. Schools and School Dis 
: " tricts, this index r . *' r : :' ;. ," %.:' 






FOOTBALL \ ( ^ 

Turkey Bowl, advertisements,' sponsorships^ 
Act 19-191 

FORECLOSURE l 

Mortgages, notice, . , l 

Default, Acts 19-8, 19-147 
Void, Law 19-41 ' 

FOREIGN COUNTRIES rr 

Citizens and citizenship, absentee voting, 
Law 19-88 



iV 



FOREIGN COUNTRY MONEY JUDGMENTS 
RECOGNITION ACT 

Generally, Law 19-86 : .. ;n ^ .:,> ...: 

FOREIGN JUDGMENTS AND DECREES 

Generally, Law 19-86 ; ;, r n 

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FOREIGN STATES ^r^D EH ft/ft 

Bonds, r . ..' •. i:-'. 1 ^';'-": 1 ; h^-\ ; : \:'- jmiabn] 

Income tax — district, Act* 19rl57; ! *-tf*sA 

Law 19-53 
Interest, Law 19-21 K '"•":■ ^"..' ' A^^^^BFl^tiB 
■■■;■. v . ■■■■ ■.-■■■; ■...;"■- /witm/iT 
FORENSIC SCIENCES DEPARTMENT ^ 
Generally, Law 19-18 

.:.'■' ..'i'0'..': v j&i."j 

FORNEY MANHATTAN DEANWOOD ° M n ] 
COMMUNITY CENTER AND LIElRARY 
JOINT VENTURE CONTRACT 
MODIFICATION APPROVAL AND 
1 PAYMENT AUTHORIZATION < JM 

EMERGENCY ACT 

Generally, Act 19-140 u . ; , . } (1 _ : , 

FORTY ElGHf H #8TH) STRECT^N-EV ^ h j13 
Closing, ward seven, Acts 1'9-ioiSj 19-S&5. f , 

19-193 .. -..^h .\;.| ''^/J-tr^r 

FORTY MlNTH <49TH) STREET, N.E. ^!^ H 
Closing, ward seven. Acts 19-106, lSf-12^ ,, 

19-193 " l "''- ""■ 1_1 J " : ' ' 



FOURTH (4TH) STREET ,V. ".".". 
Closing, ward two, Law 19^2Cf 



FRAUD QUOU'rl 

Credit cards, Act 19-261; Law 19-120 wAiAuV. 

Military forces, overseas voters, elections^ 
Act 19-230 ; i vihv^ 

•• ■ r--: : ' ; i .■;■■ f -•.'' ■■•■/■: rv.vf'mo'O 

FRIENDSHIP PLACE 

Community council for the homeless 'at'JJOSM'-j 
Friendship Place, real property taxation, 
exemptions, Law 19-42 Jjr^a<^ 

FUELS '>v,:V^:^:A--i 

Motor Fuels, generally, tTiis index ' • "■ ;>{ : 

FUND BALANCE UNDESIGNATIONACT ^ 
Generally, Law 19-21 ' "■• >l ' V' V; ^ 
Emergency Act, Act 19-93 .-- ; '^<^-- ^ - ^< 

FUNDING FOR PUBLIC SCHOOLS AN^^ 1 ^" 
PUBLIC CHARTER SCHOOLS f Jl>u 

AMENDMENT ACT L ; ^ ./.i ,, 

Generally, Law 19-21 ;f/{ ., ,. . ..,,. ... ., ,,.~ TV ., 
Emergency Act, Act 19-93 ; ,.',/.. "... '-"■""' "'"'"' 

FUNDS ; 

Generally, Law 19-21 ' ' " ' . ,''." , , t < > 

Appropriations, generally, this index 
Capital access fund, Act 19-6 :;/..:. f,. 

District department of transportation unified 

fund, Act 19-254 
Housing production trust fund', appropria- /v ; .; , 

tions, increase, Acts 19-62, 19-66, 

19-113; Laws 19-14, 19-15 T8 ^ 

Public education facilities modernization #£r>f.') 

fice, Acts 19-26; Law 19-5 
Sustainable energy trust fund, Law 19-10 J A i 
Trust Funds, generally,: this index;' }-:r\ j ,^nr r I 



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FUNDS— Cont'd 

Unemployment compensation, extension^ fed- 
eral funds, Act 19-67, 
19-112; Law 19-16 

FURLOUGHS 

District officers and employees, 
Holidays, Act 19-50 
Hours of work, Acts 19-3, 19-28; Law 19-1 

G STREET, N.E. 

Closing, ward six, Law 19-62 

GALES STREET 

Closing, ward six, Law 19-24 

GENERAL SERVICES DEPARTMENT 
Generally, Act 19-93 

GEORGETOWN NEIGHBORHOOD LIBRARY 

Construction, 

Contract No. DCPL-2009-C-0019A, pay- 
ment, Act 19-138 

Contract No. DCPL-2009-C-0019J (BP-16), 
payment, Act 19-139 

GEORGIA AVENUE 

Closing, ward four, Act 19-221; Law 19-67 

Heights on Georgia Avenue, construction, 
Act 19-75 
Extension, Acts 19-108, 19-161 

GOOD TIME CREDITS 

Correctional institutions, Act 19-45 

GRANTS 

Diseases, patients, food, home delivery, 

Act 19-258 
Prekindergarten, Act 19-4 

GREEN BUILDING COMPLIANCE 

EMERGENCY AMENDMENT ACT 
Generally, Act 19-257 

GREEN BUILDING TECHNICAL 

CORRECTIONS AMENDMENT ACT 
Emergency Act, Act 19-164 
Temporary Act, Law 19-71 

GRIEVANCES 

Health insurance, appeal and review, 
Act 19-166; Law 19-63 

GRIMKE SCHOOL 

African American Civil War Museum, gymna- 
siums, usage, Act 19-13 

GROCERY STORES 

Alcoholic beverages, Southeast Federal Cen- 
ter, licenses and permits, Act 19-100 

GUNS 

Weapons, generally, this index 



GYMNASIUMS 

African American Civil War Museum, Grimke 
School, gymnasiums, usage, Act 19-13 

H STREET 

Closing, ward six, Law 19-62 

HANDICAPPED PERSONS 

Human Care Agreement 

RM-10-HCA-MHRS-114-BY4-SC, pay- 
ment, Act 19-64 

HAYES STREET, N.E. 
Closing, ward seven, Acts 19-106, 19-125, 
19-193 

HEALTH AND SANITATION 

Physical fitness, health, and nutrition mayors 

council, Law 19-58 
Schools and school districts, courses of study 

or instruction, Act 19-143; Law 19-37 ' 

HEALTH BENEFITS PLAN GRIEVANCE 

AMENDMENT ACT 
Emergency Act, Act 19-166 
Temporary Act, Law 19-63 

HEALTH CARE FACILITIES 

Ambulances, reimbursement, Act 19-45 

Hospitals, generally, this index 

Medical Care and Treatment, generally, 
this index 

Not For Profit Hospital Corporation, gen- 
erally, this index 

HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONALS 

Recruitment, lump sum payment, 
Acts 19-47, 19-120, 19-227 

HEALTH INSURANCE 

Grievances, appeal and review, 
Act 19-166; Law 19-63 

HEALTH PROFESSIONAL RECRUITMENT 
PROGRAM AMENDMENT ACT 
Generally, Law 19-47 
Congressional Review Emergency Act, 

Act 19-227 
Emergency Act, Act 19-120 

HEALTHY SCHOOLS AMENDMENT ACT 

Generally, Law 19-37 
Emergency Act, Act 19-143 

Technical Act, Act 19-93 

HEAT WAVE SAFETY EMERGENCY u-, 

AMENDMENT ACT 
Emergency Act, Act 19-77 
Temporary Act, Law 19-35 

HEIGHTS ON GEORGIA AVENUE 

DEVELOPMENT EXTENSION ACT 

Congressional Review Emergency Act, 
Act 19-161 

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HEIGHTS ON GEORGIA AVENUE DEVELOP- ? 
MENT EXTENSION ACT— Cont'd 

Emergency Act, Act 19-75 v ,: ■;: 

Temporary Act, Law 19-31 

HELLMUTH, OBATA & kASSABAUM 

Contract No. POAM-2005-C-0039-DR, pay- - 
ment, Act 19-240 

HIGH SCHOOLS OR SECONDARY SCHOOLS 

Turkey Bowl, advertisements, sponsorships, 
Act 19-191 : - 

HIGHWAYS AND ROADS - 

DC Lines, Inc., contract No; 

DCKA-2008-C-009I, payment, Act 19-22' 
Traffic Rules and Regulations, generally, 

; this index . . . ; . jr Y ; , ■ . 

« '■:> r; <■>' ; ; ,■ ;. " . "■■■: . . " ,-■ .'■;■ -m .•■. ' ■■•.. ■ 

HISTORIC PRESERVATION FEE 

AUTHORIZATION CLARIFICATION \ ■■,: 
AMENDMENT ACT !.: - 

Generally, Law 19-21 



HOLIDAYS 

District officers, and employees, furloughs J'i < 

Act 19-50 '"'■'.'■"„ ' '4 ."v.? - 

Hours of work, Acts 19-3, 19-28; Law^l^-1; 

HOME DETENTION ; -J ^ 

Electronic monitoring, tampering* Act 19-^5 

homeless Persons 

Community council for the homeless at 

Friendship Place, real property taxation, 
exemptions, Law 19-42 



HOMES ;v 

Housing, generally, this index 

HOSPITAL ASSESSMENT AMENDMENT ACT 

Generally, Law 19-21 
Emergency Act, Act 19-93 

HOSPITALS 

Ambulances, reimbursement, Act 19-45 ■ • • ^ 
Not For Profit Hospital Corporation, gen- 
erally, this index 
Washington hospital center corporation 

Washington hospital center, contract No. 
NFPHC-100, payment, Act 19-78 • - 

HOTELS AND MOTELS 

Remarketers, taxation, 

Act 19-157; Law 19-53 

Sales tax> public utilities, exemptions, 
Application of law, Acts 19-11; Law 19-2;; 

Restaurants, Act 19-255 

M4 



HOUSING ^::m ' 8GMU-; 

[ Cooperative apartments, transfer tax; Iqrri'>fi r f 
recordation tax, -exemptions, Act 19^12 
Carver 2000 low income and senior .'housing 
project, real property taxation, exemp- 
i . tions, Act 19-115 v , : ,iOJt1U=3 

Construction, generally, this index , . ;:;;ii(J 
Contract No. 0104-2008-0013A, payment,-' n tf 
i Act 19^72 ( ;„ : ; . : , /.... iV! c,.H 

Contract No. 0104-2010C, Webster Gardens, 

LP, payment, Act 19-70 ; , s -•.. ; -vr) r ; 
Foreclosure, notice, Acts 19-8, • ,„. . • ,.-"• - } 

19-147; Law 19-41 
Jubilee Housing Limited Partnership 11^ pay--. 
ment, . ""•■' 

Contract No. 0076-2007-1, Act 19-84 
Contract No. 0076-2007-2, Act 19-85 , . ., 
i Jurisdiction, rent, Act 19-45 ''" '' ' : '^ " 
Low or Moderate Income Housing, gerier- 

..... ally ? this index ^ ,. : , f 

\ Mortgages, foreclosures^ notice, Acts 19-8; ~-' J 

19-147; Lawl9-41 V"' 
; Real Property Taxation; generally^ 'this' in- 
dex r t A '' : ' ' y ■ ".; :ikA 

; Rental housing cbmmissionV quorum/ ' 1 ^ j ° ' 

Act 19-52 '<&■-;' : '■■' - ' -<; 
; Tax exemptions, 

; Cooperative housing associations,- rtii-sAQdr' 
V- Act 19-194 ■'' •>■ ■ : >■-■ >■? Wiiwl'i 
, Security interest, Law 19-60 ; ':- ;vcfei<>H 
! Webster Gardens, LP, payment, Goiitra'e&No. 
0104-2010C, Act 19-70 . : ■; '>i.-.n'ji£,>I 

I HOUSING BUSINESS LICENSE RENTAL UNIT) 
FEE CLARIFICATION AMENDMENT A£I 

, Generally, Law 19-21 

! ' ?,?&&&& 

: HOUSING PRODUCTION TRUST FUND, ^-j 
f DEDICATED TAX APPROPRIATIONS, 

AUTHORIZATION ACT ,;[»r; 

Emergency Act, Act 19-66 

Temporary Act, Law 19-14 1 -■ V •i^E, 

HOUSING PRODUCTION TRUST FUND ' •> 
j POLLIN MEMORIAL COMMUNITY " 

DEDICATED TAX APPROPRIATIONS, ,< 
AUTHORIZATION ACT —,<' •'-, -^ " 

I Congressional Review Act, Act; 19-11 3' ,' _ v 
Emergency Act, Act 19-62 '. '" " ;';\ V" "., '.[\ ' ' ?^ 
. Temporary Act, Law 19-15 

HOWARD THEATRE REDEVELOlPMENT V: ; lli]D 
PROJECT GREAT STREETS INITIATIVE !' ( 
TAX INCREMENT FINANCING ^ 
AMENDMENT ACT 

Generally, Law 19-44 : ,.,.;,. ^/y 

Emergency Act, Act 19-17 .:>:/, 

Temporary Act, Law 19-4 '■'■-* 

HUMAN CARE AGREEMENTS > '- ^ : ^ 
No. POJA-2006-H-0040-06, payment, - 

Act 19-259 ■>■■■< i - 

IDENTITY AND IDENTIFICATION ZVYdi) 

t Motor vehicles, sales, Act 19-45 .j. >■'; ,r. ;-:oq^W 



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IMPRISONMENT 

Correctional Institutions, generally, this 
index 

IMPROVEMENTS 

Public Improvements and Public Works, 

generally, this index 

INCENTIVES 

Renewable energy, Act 19-43 

INCOME 

Workers compensation, district officers and 
employees, information, 
Act 19-158; Law 19-69 

INCOME TAX SECURED BOND 
AUTHORIZATION ACT 
Generally, Law 19-39 
Congressional Review Emergency Act, 

Act 19-216 
Emergency Act, Act 19-145 

INCOME TAX WITHHOLDING STATEMENTS 

ELECTRONIC SUBMISSION 

EMERGENCY ACT 
Emergency Act, Act 19-226 
Temporary Act, Law 19-90 

INCOME TAX— DISTRICT 

Generally, Act 19-157; Law 19-53 
Withholding, Law 19-90 

Labor and employment, statements, elec- 
tronic transactions, Act 19-226 

Retirement and pensions, Act 19-265 

INCREASE LOCAL CAPACITY TO SERVE 

DYRS COMMITTED YOUTH ACT 
Generally, Law 19-21 

INDIGENT PERSONS 

Carver 2000 low income and senior housing 
project, real property taxation, exemp- 
tions, Act 19-115 

INITIATIVE AND REFERENDUM 

Attorney general, Act 19-51 

INSPECTION AND INSPECTORS 

Notice of violation, Act 19-45 

INSURANCE 

Audits and auditors, Act 19^30 

Financial statements and reports, Act 19-30 

Health insurance, grievances, appeal and re- 
view, Act 19-166; Law 19-63 

Unemployment Compensation, generally, 
this index 

INTELLECTUAL DISABILITY SERVICES 
MEDICAID MAXIMIZATION REFORM 
AMENDMENT ACT 

Generally, Law 19-21 



INTEREST EARNED ON OUT OF STATE 

BONDS ACT 
Generally, Law 19-21 

INTERIM DISABILITY ASSISTANCE 

AMENDMENT ACT 
Generally, Law 19-21 

INTERNET SALES TAX ACT 
Generally, Law 19-21 

INTERSTATE COMPACT FOR JUVENILES 

AMENDMENT ACT 
Generally, Law 19-81 
Congressional Review Emergency Act, 

Act 19-49 

INTOXICATED PERSONS 

Medical care and treatment, Act 19-150 

INTOXICATING LIQUORS AND BEVERAGES 
Alcoholic Beverages, generally, this index 

INTRAFAMILY OFFENSES 

Animals, cruelty, Act 19-45 

IPS GROUP, INC. 

Contract No. DCKA-2010-C-0206, payment, 
Act 19-141 

ITEMIZED DEDUCTION LIMITATION ACT 
Generally, Law 19-21 

JAILS 

Good time credits, Act 19-45 

JUBILEE HOUSING LIMITED PARTNERSHIP 
II 

Payment, 
Contract No. 0076-2007-1, Act 19-84 
Contract No. 0076-2007-2, Act 19-85 

JUBILEE HOUSING RESIDENTIAL RENTAL 
PROJECT REAL PROPERTY TAX 
EXEMPTION CLARIFICATION ACT 

Emergency Act, Act 19-205 
Temporary Act, Law 19-73 

JUDGMENTS AND DECREES 
Foreign countries, Law 19-86 

JUDICIAL SALES 

Mortgages, foreclosures, notice, void, 
Acts 19-8, 19-147; Law 19-41 

JURISDICTION 
Housing, rent, Act 19-45 
Infractions, crosswalks, rights of way, 
Act 19-135; Law 19-49 

Real property tax appeals commission, 
Act 19-146 



JUVENILE COURTS 

Compact for Juveniles, Act 19-49 



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JUVENILE DELINQUENTS AND DEPEND- 
ENTS 

Interstate Compact for Juveniles, Law 19-81 

K STREET, N.W. 

Closing, ward two, Acts 19-104, 19-149 

KESLEY GARDENS REDEVELOPMENT 
PROJECT REAL PROPERTY LIMITED 
TAX ABATEMENT ASSISTANCE 
AMENDMENT ACT 

Generally, Law 19-21.. : } 'mI ■ 

KINDERGARTEN 

Prekindergarten, Act 19-4 v - " " ' ' 

KIPP DC SHAW CAMPUS PROPERTY TAX 
EXEMPTION ACT . 

Generally, Law 19-46 

Congressional Review Emergency Act, 

Act 19-206 r ' . 

Emergency Act, Act 19-^94 
Temporary Act, Law 19-32 

LABOR AND EMPLbYMENT 
Compensation and Salaries, generally, this 

index 
Contract No. DCJA-2606-E»-DL-02 Inpayment, 

Act 19-122 
Contract No. DC JA-2006-D-DL-023, payment, , 

Act 19-132 
Contract No. DCJA-2006-D-DL-024, payment, 

Act 19-123 
Contract No. DCJA-2006-D-DL-025, payment, 

Act 19-133 
District officers and employees, reduction in . 

force, reinstatement,' appeal and review, '• 

Act 19-27; Law 19-6 
First source employment, district, Law 19-84 
Income tax — district, withholding, state- 
merits, electronic trans actions ;' 

Act 19-226 
Unemployment Conipensatioii, generally, 

this index '.";;' :'■''; '; '. ■';'_; 
Workforce intermediary task force, ' 

Acts 19-131, 19-167; Law 19-55 

LABOR DAY 

Fire and emergency medical services depart- 
ments, donations, Act 19-114 

LANDSCAPING 

District, contract No! DCKT-2010-CA-l620, 
payment, Act 19-207 

LARCENY 

Theft, generally, this index 

LEASES 

Black Entertainment Television, LLC, assign- 
ments, fees, "Act 19-5 

Third & H Streets, N.E. economic develop- ;'." . 
ment project,; tax exemptions, Law 19-8 

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LEDROIT 'rili'i:i::'J8l^ c Wll 

The Park at L.eDroit, designation, - .■ . ; , -sy. ow>'.) 

Act 19-162; Law l9-6i K n i 

LIBRARIES •:; . ;;• -v/onq^g 

Dean wood Community Center,, construction-,,.^ t 

contract, payment, Act 19^-140 . 
Georgetown Neighborhood Library, construc- 
tion, . , 
Contract No. DCPL-2009.C-0019J (BP-16),' ; 
payment, Act 19-139 : - ■ • 
Contract No. DCPL-2009-C-0019A, pay- 
ment, Act 19-138 i-^.v.. 



LICENSES AND PERMITS 
Alcoholic Beverages, this index 
Electricians, Law 19-82 
Parking, ward one; Act 19-1 59 
Public space permits, fees, waivers; - 
Act 19-163; Laws 19-48, 19-70 



Moom 



'>:o(]ifi'-i 



LIMITATION OF ACTIONS 

Asbestos, Act 19-45 ; 

LIQUORS 

Alcoholic Beverages, generally,. thisiin&ex 

LOCAL RENT SUPPLEMENT PROGRAM f iV 
CONTRACT NO. 0076-2007-02 
APPROVAL AND PAYMENT 
AUTHORIZATION EMERGENCY ACT CrVli 

Generally, Act 19-85 .'.','.'_. "'^ \ ' ' 

LOCAL RENT SUPPLEMENT PROGRAM ^ v 
CONTRACT NO. 0076-2007-1 APPROVAL 
AND PAYMENT AUTHORIZATION 
EMERGENCY ACT :i ' ,LIS '*' 

Generally, Act 19-84 

LOCAL RENT SUPPLEMENT PROGRAM Y5 

CONTRACT NO. 0104^0d8-00i3A r -""'"^-' 
APPROVAL AND PAYMENT 
AUTHORIZATION EMERGENCY AGT)lG^ 

Generally, Act 19-72 Mi'/- : -cr/i.-.;'.) 

,■;■■• , , "■.. '■;■ :.;nq 

LOCAL RENT SUPPLEMENT PROGRAM-; 
CONTRACT NO. 0104-2010C APPROVAL 
AND PAYMENT AUTHORIZATION ; v ■■".-?, 
EMERGENCY ACT 

Generally, Act 19-70 

LOCATION OF BUILDINGS AND t 

STRUCTURES IN DISTRICT EASEMENT 
AND MODIFICATION TO THE URBAN r 
RENEWAL PLAN FOR SHAW SCHtJOL 
URBAN RENEWAL AREA APPROVAL 
EMERGENCY ACT 

Generally, Act 19-220 ' ; 

LOTTERY WINNINGS REDEMPTION i 

AMENDMENT ACT . 

Generally, Law 19-21 



LOW OR MODERATE INCOME HOUSING. 

Aged persons, tax exemptions, i.- 

Act 19-195; Law 19-?54; 



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LOW OR MODERATE INCOME HOUS- 
ING— Cont'd 

Carver 2000 low income and senior housing 
project, real property taxation, exemp- 
tions, Act 19-115 

M PLACE, S.W. 

Water Street, closing, Law 19-19 

M STREET 

Closing, ward two, Law 19-26 

MANUFACTURERS AND MANUFACTURING 

Alcoholic beverages, licenses and permits, 
tasting, Acts 19-102, 19-148 

MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. DRIVE 
DESIGNATION ACT 
Generally, Law 19-68 
Emergency Act, Act 19-130 
Temporary Act, Law 19-57 

MARY AND DANIEL LOUGHRAN CENTER 
CLUBHOUSE #10 

Rita B. Bright Family and Youth Center, des- 
ignation, Act 19-160; Law 19-66 

MAYOR 

Physical fitness, health, and nutrition mayors 

council, Law 19-58 
Vacancies in office, special elections, 

Act 19-7 

MAYORS COUNCIL ON PHYSICAL FITNESS, 

HEALTH, AND NUTRITION 

ESTABLISHMENT ACT 
Generally, Law 19-58 

MEDIATION 

Mortgages, foreclosures, Act 19-8 

MEDICAL ASSISTANCE 
Social Services, this index 

MEDICAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM 
AMENDMENT ACT 
Generally, Law 19-21 
Emergency Act, Act 19-93 

MEDICAL CARE AND TREATMENT 

Chemically dependent persons, Act 19-150 

Contract No. DCHC-2008-D-5052, payment, 
Act 19-134 

Contract No. DCHC-2008-D-5054, payment, 
Act 19-142 

Emergency medical services, training, plans 
and specifications, Acts 19-16, 19-36 

Health care professibnals, recruitment, pay- 
ment, Law 19-47 

Hospitals, generally, this index 

Human care agreements, No. 

POJA-2006-H-0040-06, payment, 
Act 19-259 



MEDICAL EXAMINERS 

Chief, compensation and salaries, Law 19-83 

MENTAL HEALTH DEPARTMENT 

Human Care Agreement 

RM-10-HCA-MHRS-114-BY4-SC, 
Act 19-64 

MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES ELIGIBILITY 
ACT 

Generally, Law 19-21 
Emergency Act, Act 19-93 

MERIDIAN PUBLIC CHARTER SCHOOL 
HARRISON CAMPUS PROPERTY TAX 
EXEMPTION AMENDMENT ACT 

Emergency Act, Act 19-168 
Temporary Act, Law 19-72 

MICROSTAMPING 
Weapons, Act 19-45 

MILITARY FORCES 
Absentee voting, Law 19-88 
District buildings, district purchasing, exemp- 
tions, Act 19-127 
Elections, Act 19-230 

MINIMUM CORPORATE AND 

UNINCORPORATED FRANCHISE TAX 

PAYABLE ACT 
Generally, Law 19-21 

MINNESOTA AVENUE, N.E. 

Closing, ward seven, Act 19-253; Law 19-87 

MINORS 

Children and Minors, generally, this index 

MISREPRESENTATION 
Fraud, generally, this index 

MODIFICATION OF CONTRACT NO. 

DCHA.2007-C-0002 APPROVAL AND 

PAYMENT AUTHORIZATION 

EMERGENCY ACT 
Generally, Act 19-204 

MODIFICATION TO CONTRACT NO. 

DCJA-2006-D-DL-025 APPROVAL AND 

PAYMENT AUTHORIZATION 

EMERGENCY ACT 
Generally, Act 19-133 

MODIFICATION TO CONTRACT NO. 

DCKT-2010-CA-1020 APPROVAL AND 

PAYMENT AUTHORIZATION 

EMERGENCY ACT 
Generally, Act 19-207 

MODIFICATION TO CONTRACT NO. 

DOC-06-067-KEE APPROVAL AND 

PAYMENT AUTHORIZATION 

EMERGENCY ACT 
Generally, Act 19-60 

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MODIFICATION TO CONTRACT NO. j 

POAM-2005-C-0039-DR APPROVAL AND 
PAYMENT AUTHORIZATION EMER- 
GENCY ACT -.;.'■ ;.■•■;.,. 

Generally, Act 19-240 -..-, , ' ) 

MODIFICATION TO CONTRACT NO. 

POKV-2006-C-0064 APPROVAL AND 
PAYMENT AUTHORIZATION AA/v- 

EMERGENCY ACT 

Generally, Act 19-47 - '■• a' .■■■■!■ 

MODIFICATION TO PO 104652 APPROVAL 
AND PAYMENT AUfHORIZATION 
EMERGENCY ACT 

Generally, Act 19-190 

MODIFICATIONS TO CONTRACT NO. 

DCJA-2006-D-DL-021 APPROVAL AND 
PAYMENT AUTHORIZATION 
EMERGENCY ACT 

Generally, Act 19-122 , 



MODIFICATIONS TO CONTRACT NO. 

DCJA-2006-D-DL-022 APPROVAL ANb 
PAYMENT AUTHORIZATION 
EMERGENCY ACT OF 2011 ' ^ r 

Generally, Act 19-41 



v'>j 



'''!■' \y'-XJ) ilAJuAA;A 

MODIFICATIONS TO CONTRACT NOavr^ 
DCJA-2006-D-DL-023 APPROVAL AND 
PAYMENT AUTHORIZAf (ON ' 

EMERGENCY ACT ,-,. v ., /; TO f: ; ;-r; 
Generally, Act 19-132 i "" ".'*: ' ^^"-' •":.'< ■" ' : 

MODIFICATIONS TO CONTRACT NO. f 

DCJA-2006-D-DL-024 APPROVAL AND 
PAYMENT AUTHORIZATION 
EMERGENCY ACT 

Generally, Act 19-123 ..',,. ■ , ; , ^r 

MODIFICATIONS TO CONTRACT NO. }; 

DCJA-2006-D-DL-028 APPROVAL AND 
PAYMENT AUTHORIZATION 
EMERGENCY ACT OF 201 1 

Generally, Act 19-42 .. ,, i , ; < :A 

MODIFICATIONS TO CONTRACT NO. ^!0^ 
POHC-2005-C-2078 APPROVAL AND i 
PAYMENT AUTHORIZATION 
EMERGENCY ACT 

Generally, Act 19-223 , r - ; -A' 1 

MORTGAGES 

Foreclosure, notice, default, Acts 19-8, 
19-147; Law 19-41 



MOTELS 

Hotels and Motels, generally, this index 

MOTIONS l 

Dismissal and nonsuit, discovery, , 
Act 19-261; Law 19-120 

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motor fuels: . -■: A; aaa,:^ ■ - : i fjg wo..? 

Contract No. SP0600-10-D-4015, payment* 

,Act 19-20 - ■■■ -.■■ : -i .-r ; -^A T^V ,'./•: 

Contract No* SP0600-10-D-4025, payments 
Act 19-21 ... anit 

Contract No. SP0600-10-D-4037, payment, 

Act 19-19 AAA AAAAiiA iL 

Federal Contract. No, SP0600-10^Dr403.3, pay^/ 
ment, Act 19-48 

A A] ATA M 



MOTOR VEHICLES 



[.' 



( Crimes and offenses, registration, repeals 

! Act 19-208; Law 19-76 ...... !r , ; .,. v 

j Fines and penalties, registration, Act i9-2(j8\ 
Sales, identity and identification, Act 119-45* 
Traffic Rules and Regulations, generally, 
this index .„ „ 



I MUSCULAR DYSTROPHY 

1 Fire and emergency medical services > 
ments, Labor Day, donation's;'- A 
Act 19-114 \ < : ' .! 

| N STfiEET^Vite^ } 

i Water Street, closing, Law i9-19 frj • 



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,:' : < yh/aj; 
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A? i j 



'NAMES i>- ' ^, iAA' KA . • 
; Martin Luther King, Jr., streets and alleys, 
I designation, Laws 19-57, 19-68 AOYAA 

'. Rita B, Bright Family arid Youth G enter,') desl 

ignation, Act 19-160; Law 19-66 no 
: The Park at LeDrdit, designation, ; vwuuv);*'/ 

Act 19-162; Law 19-61 . Jo A 

: William O. Lockridge Way, designation, 

Law 19-85 : ".' A 3F2GYAA. 

■ ./■■■•.? A3 M 
NANNIE HELEN BURROUGHS AVENUE^N.E. 
' Closing, ward seven, Acts 19-10,6,, 1 9-Hl 2 5> r ^ ; 

19-193 

; MOITABO-i?jl 

NATIONAL GUARD MORALE WELFAREAND 

RECREATION DCNG YOUTH " ' v " '" 

CHALLENGE PARTICIPANT SUPPORT ..,„, 

FUND ESTABLISHMENT AMENDMENT "" 

ACT - 1 ' ■ - ■' 1 ""- i v " :,;: '^ J ^ 

Generally, Law 19-21 

NATURAL DISASTERS ■ , 

• Training, plans and specifications, 
. Acts 19-16, 19-36 - i 

i 

j NEGOTIABLE INSTRUMENTS ; r a;a/ A 

' District, anticipation notes, Act 1 9-153 >■'*■• 

NEIGHBORHOOD INVESTMENT FUND 

AMENDMENT ACT 
Generally, Law 19-21 

NEW ISSUE BOND PROGRAM TAX 

EXEMPTION AMENDMENT ACT 
: Generally, Law 19-60 

! . ■ A ■, ■ = ■■ .v.-'qwOI 

I NEW YORK AVENUE, N.W, -.-, s-.uwl] 

' Closing, ward two, Acts 19-103, 19-1 04,W 

19-149 ;. ;■ kV to£ 



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NINE ONE ONE 
Telecommunications, this index 

NINETEENTH (19TH) STREET 

Closing, ward six, Law 19-24 

NINTH (9TH) STREET, S.W/ 

Water Street, closing, Law 19-19 

NONPROFIT CORPORATIONS 
Not For Profit Hospital Corporation, gen- 
erally, this index 

NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONS AND 
ASSOCIATIONS 

Conservation, easements, 
Act 19-229; Law 19-93 

NOT FOR PROFIT HOSPITAL CORPORATION 
Generally, Acts 19-73, 19-128 

Boards and commissions, chairperson, desig- 
nation, Act 19-40; Law 19-11 

Contract No. NFPHC-100, payment, 
Act 19-78 

NOT FOR PROFIT HOSPITAL CORPORATION 
BOARD CHAIRPERSON DESIGNATION 
AMENDMENT ACT 

Emergency Act, Act 19-40 
Temporary Act, Law 19-11 

NOT FOR PROFIT HOSPITAL CORPORATION 
ESTABLISHMENT AMENDMENT ACT 
Generally, Law 19-21 
Congressional Review Act, Act 19-128 
Emergency Act, Act 19-73 

NOTICE 

Mortgages, foreclosures, void, Acts 19-8, 
19-147; Law 19-41 

Notice of violation, inspection and inspectors, 
Act 19-45 

NUTRITION 

Physical fitness, health, and nutrition mayors 

council, Law 19-58 
Pregnancy, food, grants, Act 19-258 

OAK HILL CONSERVATION EASEMENT ACT 

Emergency Act, Act 19-229 
Temporary Act, Law 19-93 

OCCUPATIONS 

Electricians, licenses and permits, 
Law 19-82 

OFF PREMISE ALCOHOL ACT 

Generally, Law 19-21 
Emergency Act, Act 19-93 

OFFENSES 

Crimes and Offenses, generally, this index 



OFFICE OF ASIAN AND PACIFIC ISLANDER 
AFFAIRS GRANT MAKING AUTHORITY 

AMENDMENT ACT 
Generally, Law 19-21 

OFFICE OF CABLE TELEVISION PROPERTY 
ACQUISITION AND SPECIAL PURPOSE 
REVENUE REPROGRAMMING 
CONGRESSIONAL REVIEW 
EMERGENCY ACT 

Generally, Act 19-5 

OFFICE OF EMPLOYEE APPEALS 

MANDATORY MEDIATION AMENDMENT 
ACT 

Generally, Law 19-21 

OFFICE OF PUBLIC EDUCATION FACILITIES 

MODERNIZATION 
Funds, Act 19-26; Law 19-5 

OFFICE OF THE DEPUTY MAYOR FOR 
PUBLIC SAFETY AND JUSTICE 
ESTABLISHMENT ACT 

Generally, Law 19-21 

OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY LIMITED 
GRANT MAKING AUTHORITY ACT 
Generally, Law 19-21 

OFFICE OF THE TENANT ADVOCATE 

ESTABLISHMENT AMENDMENT ACT 
Generally, Law 19-21 

OIG AUDITING REFORM AMENDMENT ACT 
Generally, Law 19-21 

OIL AND GAS 

Motor Fuels, generally, this index 

OLD AGE 

Aged Persons, generally, this index 

OLD NAVAL HOSPITAL REAL PROPERTY 

TAX EXEMPTION EMERGENCY ACT 
Generally, Act 19-241 

OMNIBUS SUBSTANCE ABUSE TREATMENT 
HUMAN CARE AGREEMENTS 
APPROVAL AND PAYMENT 
AUTHORIZATION EMERGENCY ACT 

Generally, Act 19-150 

ONE CITY SERVICE AND RESPONSE 
TRAININGACT 

Emergency Act, Act 19-16 
Temporary Act, Law 19-3 

OPENING HOURS ACT ' 

Generally, Law 19-21 

OVERSEAS VOTERS 

Generally, Act 19-230; Law 19-88 

PARENT AND CHILD 

Children and Minors, generally, this index 

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PARKING 

Traffic Rules and Regulations, this index 



PARKING LOTS AND FACILITIES 

Public space permits, fees, waivers, 

Act 19-163; Laws 19-48, 19-70 ' ' ' 

PARKING TAX ENHANCEMENT ACT 

Generally, Law 19-21 ; • , . / 
Emergency Act, Act 19-93, 

PARKS i. 

The Park at LeDroit, designation, .- . ; 
Act 19-162; Law 19-61 

PAROLE 

Reentry ^arid exofferiders commission, 
Law 19-80 

pay. ..\,: . . ,, ... 

Compensation and Salaries, generally, this 
index 

PEDESTRIAN SAFETY REINFORCEMENT 

AMENDMENT ACT _ C 

Generally, Law 19-49 .... V ' 

Emergency Act, Act 19-135 .; 

PENALTIES — 

Fines and Penalties, generally,- thisaridex 

PENSIONS 

Retirement and Pensions, gerierally, this " 

index : **'"■'■ '■"■'- L 



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; PILOT PROGRAMS ^ ■* UO '- r \mV; 

: Performance parking pilot program, AGt'19-9^ 
! Ward one enhanced residential parking pro- 
gram, rules and regulations, Law 19^655 f:'i 



PERFORMANCE PARKING EXTENSION 
CONGRESSIONAL REVIEW J 

EMERGENCY AMENDMENT ACT 

Generally, Act 19-9 



CJO 



PERFORMANCE PARKING PILOT ZONE -■ 
AMENDMENT ACT 

Generally, Law 19-21 .>.■•••., 5 / 

PERMITS c 

Licenses arid Permits, generally, this index 

PERSONAL PROPERTY TAXATION 
Reports, Act 19-233; Laws 19-91 

PETROLEUM TRADERS CORPORATION 

Contract No. SP0600-10-D-4025, payment, 
Act 19-21 

PHARMACISTS 

Unity Health Care, Inc., Contract No. ■■•....■■ 
DCHC-2008-C-9091, payment, Act 19-23 

PHYSICALLY HANDICAPPED PERSONS 

Human Care Agreement 

RM-10-HCA-MHRS-li4-BY4-SC; pay-': V 
ment, Act 19^64 : ' 

1-20 



PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS 



iti-m 



Shaw school, urban renewal, Act 19-220 



POLICE 

Chief, compensation arid salaries, Law 19-83 



'imwc 



POLICE AND FIREFIGHTER POST 

RETIREMENT HEALTH BENEFITS, 
CLARIFICATION AMENDMENT 

Generally, Law 19-21 ( j 



POPULAR NAME LAWS 

Access to Justice Initiative TAmeridmenC^ctp -A 
Law 19-21 . ■ . ,f\Wv>;v& 

Accountant Mobility Act, Law 19-43 4Yu.wl r i 
Adult Literacy Reporting Act, Law 10-21 • 
Affordable Housing Annual Reporting Amend- 
ment Act, Law 19-21 ^ 
African American Civil War Memorial Free : 
1 1 dom Foundation, Inc. African American^ 
Civil War Museum Approval Congressio- 
nal Review Emergency Act, Act 19-13 
Allen Chapel A.M.E. Senior Residential^ >v,:r - 
Rental Project Property Tax Exemption 1 ■ > 
Clarification Act, 
Emergency Act, Act 19-44 ■ JOTTGtf 
Temporary Act, Law 19-12 - vs5 
Allen Chapel A.M.E. Senior Residential : ^^' 
Rental Project Tax Relief Amendme'ntr> ao 
Act, Law 19-21 , ^ * ->vrw< : - 
Alternative Equity Payment Allocation Con- 
gressional Review Emergency AmencUTOt'i 
mentActyAct'19-J !?.,;)>,: ■; Y:-.: l ynn\A 
Annual Financial Reporting" Modernization 
i ;G ongressionaL Review/ E merigency t ^ -;-iitn V) 
Amendment Act, Act 19-30;^- (2.5 Ht\ 
Apportionment of Business Income Act, 

Law 19-21 WGWUYWll 

Arthur Capper Carrollsburg Publictfmprove-i^ I 
ments Revenue Bonds Amendment: Act, 
Law 19-t79. '.:■■,.;. ..^-r u^v: 

Congressional Review Emergency 

Act 19-225 . . .:. :;?'.\ ,r \K yro 

Emergency Act, Act 19-88 . -■< ; •• > .-..-. ' 

Temporary Act, Law 19-30..: r / 

Congressional Review Emergency 

Act 19-225 " ? 

Athletic Concussion Protection Act, ; > - - v*-: 

Law 19-22 J 

Bag Fee Compliance Amendment Act, 

Law 19-21 ; "■■;■. -■..■.■;■■, ;. : ,; : . ; . :; c : -m 

Balanced Budget Holiday Furlough Act, ■-■■•. 
Congressional Review Emergency Act, :■ .■■.->:. ;'■■; 

Act 19-50 
Emergency Act, Act 19-3 '••■ '*■: '■'. '• ". .1 HO 

Temporary Act, Law 19-1- ' -•"• *■ ^" v^ } 



CUMULATIVE INDEX 



POPULAR NAME LAWS— Cont'd 

Bank Account Tax Offset Act, Law 19-21 

Beulah Baptist Church Tax Relief Act, 

Law 19-21 
Board of Elections and Ethics Military and 
Overseas Voter Accommodation Tempo- 
rary Amendment Act, Law 19-88 
Bonus and Special Pay Limitation Act, 

Law 19-21 
Brewery Manufacturers Tasting Permit 
Amendment Act, Law 19-25 
Congressional Review Act, Act 19-148 
Emergency Act, Act 19-71 • 
Temporary Act, Law 19-17 
Building 18 Procurement Authority Emer- 
gency Amendment Act, Act 19-127 
Campaign Finance Reporting Amendment 
Act, 
Congressional Review Emergency Act, 

Act 19-197 
Emergency Act, Act 19-95 
Temporary Act, Law 19-33 
Capital Access Program Congressional Re- 
view Emergency Act, Act 19-6 
Carver 2000 Low Income and Senior Housing 
Project Act, 
Congressional Review Emergency Act, 

Act 19-195 
Emergency Act, Act 19-115 
Temporary Act, Law 19-54 
Emergency Act, Act 19-115 
Chancellor of the District of Columbia Public 
Schools Salary Adjustment Approval 
Emergency Act, Act 19-137 
Charter School Payment Advance Amend- 
ment Act, Law 19-21 
Emergency Act, Act 19-93 
Child Abuse Prevention and Treatment 
Amendment Act, 
Emergency Act, Act 19-165 
Temporary Act, Law 19-64 
Child and Family Services Agency Memoran- 
dum of Understanding with the Depart- 
ment of Mental Health Act, Law 19-21 
Emergency Act, Act 19-93 
Child and Family Services Agency Support of 
the Family Treatment Court Program 
Act, Law 19-21 
Cigarette Sales Tax Enhancement Act, 

Law 19-21 
Clarification of Personal Property Tax Reve- 
nue Reporting Emergency Act, Emer- 
gency Act, Act 19-233 
Temporary Act, Law 19-91 
Clean and Affordable Energy Fiscal Year 
2011 Fund Balance Amendment Act, 
Emergency Act, Act 19-43 
Temporary Act, Law 19-10 
Closing a Portion of the Public Alley in 
Square 2905, S.O. 11-4751, Act, 
Law 19-67 



POPULAR NAME LAWS— Cont'd 

Closing of a Portion of a Public Alley in 
Square 1027, S.O. 06-5762, Act, 
Law 19-62 
Closing of a Portion of Anacostia Avenue, 
N.E., abutting Parcel 170/14 S.O. 
11-3689, Act, Law 19-13 
Emergency Act, Act 19-46 
Closing of a Portion of Bryant Street, N.E., 
and a Portion of 22nd Street, N.E., S.O. 
06-1262, Act, Law 19-28 
Closing of a Portion of the Public Alley in 
Square 2905, S.O. 11-4751, Emergency 
Act, Act 19-221 
Closing of a Portion of the Public Alley in 
Square 5052, S.O. 10-00603, Act, 
Law 19-87 
Emergency Act, Act 19-253 
Closing of a Portion of the Public Alley in 
Square 5148, S.O. 10-01784, Act, 
Law 19-29 
Congressional Review Emergency Act, 

Act 19-193 
Emergency Act, Act 19-125 
Closing of a Public Alley in Square 451, S.O. 
11-03672, Act, Law 19-27 
Emergency Act, Act 19-149 
Closing of a Public Alley in Square 514, S.O. 

09-9099, Act, Law 19-26 
Closing of Public Street Adjacent to Square 

4376 Act, Law 19-20 
Closing of Streets and Alleys in and adjacent 
to Squares 4533, 4534, and 4535, S.O. 
09-10850, Act, Law 19-24 
Closing of Water Street, S.W., S.O. 10-15906, 

Act, Law 19-19 
Combined Reporting Act, Law 19-21 
Community Benefits Fund Amendment Act, 
Law 19-21 
Emergency Act, Act 19-93 
Community College of the District of Colum- 
bia Plan for Independence Act, 
Law 19-21 
Community Connections, Inc. Human Care 
Agreement . 

RM-10-HCA-MHRS-114-BY4-SC Emer- 
gency Approval Act, Act 19-64 
Community Council for the Homeless at 
Friendship Place Equitable Real Prop- 
erty Tax Relief Act, Law 19-42 
Compact for Juveniles, Act 19-49 
Comprehensive Housing Strategy Amendment 
Act, Law 19-21 
Emergency Act, Act 19-93 
Comprehensive Military and Overseas Voters 
Accommodation Emergency Act, Emer- 
gency Act, Act 19-230 
Temporary Act, Law 19-88 
Contingency for Additional Estimated Reve- 
nue Act, Law 19-21 
Contract No, CFOP-ll-C-024 Approval and 
Payment Authorization Emergency Act, 
Act 19-87 

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POPULAR NAME LAWS^Cbht'd S i^ vr.'-i 

Contract No. CF6PD-11^C-023 Approval and. 

Payment Authorization Emergency Act, 

Act 19-121 
Contract No. CFOPD-ll-C-040 Approval anA ' 

Payment Authorization Emergency Act, 

Act 19-118 

Contract No, DCFB-2008-C-0038 Change &r- . 
. ; der Jvfb, 2 and Proposed Change Order * 
;' No. 3 Approval and Payment Authoriza- 
tion Emergency Act, Act 19-83 

Contract No. DCHC-2008-C-9091 Modifica- ' ' 
tiohs Approval and Payment Authoriza- 
tion Emergency Act, Act 19-223 r -. 

Contract JSTo. DCHC-2008-D-5052 Modifica- ' 
tions Approval and Payment Authoriza- 
tion Emergency Act, Act 10-134 

Contract No. DCHC-2Q08-D-5054 Modifica- ; : , 
tion ApprqvjaJ ;and Payment Authoriza- 
tion Emergency Act, Act 19^142 ■, ■ - 

Contract No. DCHC-2008-D^8080 Approval ■ 
and Payment Authorization Emergency 
Act, Act 19-63 :r .,■.,'. ■■',.,.- ■ ^,.;, 

Contract No; DCEA-2008-C-0091 Modifica- • 
tions Approval and Payment Authbriza- 
tion Emergency Act, Act 19-22. 

Coritract : Na.DCKA-20lO^C-02'06.MbdifiGatibri 
Approval and Payment Authorization 
. Emergency Act, Act 19-141 ■ ■■ ' < i ■ ; : . ?j" "■> 

Contract No. DCPt)-2009-C-0008E Mbdifica- 
-'"■ tiohs Approval and Payment Authoriza-^ k 
tion Emergency Act, Act 19-222 

Contract No. DCPO-2069-C-008D Mpdin^a- .. 
< ' ■ tibri Approval and Payment Aut Jioriza- ■ 
tion Emergency Act, Act 19-224 

Contract No. DCP^2009-C-0019A Mbdifica-'; ' 
' tion Approval arid Payment Authb'fiza- 
tion Emergency Act, Act 19-138 
Contract No, pCPL-2009^C-00i&J (BP-16) . . 
L Modification Approval and Payment Au- ' 
thorizatibn Emergency Act, Act 19-139 

Contract No. DCPO-2009-0p,Q8p Modification 

J Approval arid Payment Authbrizatibri 

Emergency Act, Act 19-86 ; [ //.■ T 

Contract No, DGTO-20Q9-C-0253 Modification 
Approval , and Payment Authpriza^ipr^ , 
Emergency ; Act, Act 19^61 . t . -. , , ... -.- 

Contract No. DCTO-2011-F-0016 Approval 
and Payment Authorization Emergency ' ) 

>j; ,,< Act, Act 19-65 :, .■>,■ ■.,-., ■-:■■,,; 

Contract No. GAG-2010-C-0142 Letter Con- 
tract and Definitive .Contract Approval 
< and Payment Authorization Emergency " 
Act y Act 19^24 

Contract No. GAG-2010-G-0146 Letter Con- 
tract and Definitive Contract Approval 1 
v and Payment Authorization Emergency ) 
Act, Act 19-25 
Contract No. GAGA^2008-C-0 134 Modifica- < '> 
, v-"' tions, Approval and Payment Authoriza- 
tion Emergency Act, Act 19-136 , . ..' , 

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POPULAR NAME LAWS^Cbnfd:'^ lAJU^Oq 

Contr'act;No; NFPHC-100 Modification^/^ 
proyal and Payment Anthorizat ion; 33in err 
gency Act, Act 19-78 ./::J 

Contract No. POFA-2006-C-0066 Modification 
Approval and Payment Au thorizatibn 
Emergency Act, Act 19-29 a ■■ 
Cooperative Housing Ass Delation ■ E conomici ■. -, $\ 
Interest Recordation Tax Congressional 
Review, Act,; / .... .<- ?l y . .,, yy $i 

Emergency Amendment Act; Acts 19^12, 

,19-194 ;A ...;.,. ,, M ,.. ,,.,„) 

Temporary Amendment Act, Law 19-74 ; ; ; 
Council Technology Projects Fund f Establisl> 
ment Act, Law 19-21 „■.■<■,. MV-; : I 
Emergency Act, Act 19-93 ;;; :/ -,■■;.;<.,*, 
Creditor Calling Act, Law 19-59 ; ; .■.■^^^u.") 
Criminal Code Congressional Review Emer- 
gency Amendment Act, Act 19-4$ v i0 vj 
Criminal Code Reform ExtensibnCAmeri.dment 

Act, Law 19-21 ■; , ■ ,. . ..,,., : . :! -j;»{ 

Criminal Penalty for Unregistered Motoris^r 

JRepealAct, : , r _,- -." :, v; >) 

Emergency Act, Act 19-208 r . - L '■■."»-; 7 
Temporary Amendment Act, ; Law 19-^76 1 -i& ) 
Gurbside Parking Protection Amendment Act, 

Law 19-21 , ■■rv-.i :\. ;,^v.. ■ ■r-^.-t.-'J 
Day Care Policy Amendment Act- Law: 19-21 
Emergency Acti Act 19-^93 .-;v' ' ■'■;• ^ -.ryr-i :.->Z 
Daylight Savings Time Extension of Hours Y 
Act, Law 19-45. -v ;;■■■' - v. :r v, ^y--?l 
Emergency Act, Act 19-18 : : ■-, f: ■■; r^,^^) 
Department of Forensic Sciences Establish- 
ment Act, Law 19-18 
Department of General Services Establish*; <F > 
ment Act, Law 19-21 .:u, ..;-./;. -in-,-. 
Emergency Act, Act 19-93 :<', ->■.■■,. .-.< ( n^ 
Department of Health Functions Clarification) 
Emergency Amendment Act, Act ) 19-^258 
Department of Motor Vehicles Fee Modifica r -l 
tion Amendment Act, Law 19^2 lof .im iT 
Emergency Act, Act 19-93 ■. i , i . hlm^* 

Department of Paries and Recreation Revenue 

7 Generation Amendment, Law- 19-21 
Department of Transportation Capital Budget 
: -, ■, "Allocation Authority Act^ r Law 19-21- : j r 5 
Department of Trarisportatipii Enterprise 

Fund Amendment Act, Law 19-21 
Determination of Calculated Rate, for Fiscal ; ' ) 

Year 2012 Act, Law 19-21: ■■ . ' : \: xJ 
Digital Inclusion Grant MakirigAmendnienti") 

Act, Law 19-21 ■■■ii'*.v..-..' ! : *■■.:- 

Direct Loan Fund for 1 Charter School Improve- 
ment Amendment Act, Law 19^21 1 ; T 
Emergency Act, Act 19-93 ..- \..'.'-^ .:. . : v.->'n 
Disability Gbmpensatibh Prograni Amend- 
ment Act, Law 19-21 ■"'■ '^-.;;;1 
Disorderly Conduct Congressional Review* iY 

Emergency Amendment Act, Act- 1.9^451' > 
Disposed Redl Property Procurement Clarifi- 
cation Amendment Act, Law 19-r5(U 



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POPULAR NAME LAWS— Cont'd 

Distributed Generation Amendment Act, 
Law 19-36 
Congressional Review Emergency Act, 

Act 19-192 
Emergency Act, Act 19-126 
District Department of Transportation Adver- 
tisement Amendment Act, Law 19-21 
District Department of Transportation Capi- 
tal Project Review and Reconciliation 
Act, 
Emergency Act, Act 19-96 
Temporary Act, Law 19-34 
District Department of Transportation Omni- 
bus Emergency Amendment Act, 
Act 19-254 
District Multiyear Contract under Federal 
Contract No, SP0600-10-D-4015 Ap- 
proval and Payment Authorization Emer- 
gency Act, Act 19-20 
District Multiyear Contract under Federal 
Contract No. SP0600-10-D-4025 Ap- 
proval and Payment Authorization Emer- 
gency Act, Act 19-21 
District Multiyear Contract under Federal 
Contract No. SP0600-10-D-4033 Ap- 
proval and Payment Authorization Emer- 
gency Act, Act 19-48 
District Multiyear Contract under Federal 
Contract No. SP0600-10-D-4037 Ap- 
proval and Payment Authorization Emer- 
gency Act, Act 19-19 
District of Columbia Board of Elections and 
Ethics Primary Date Alteration Amend- 
ment Act, Law 19-7 
District of Columbia Good Time Credits Con- 
gressional Review Emergency Amend- 
ment Act, Act 19-45 
District of Columbia Main Street Tax Fair- 
ness Act, Act 19-92; Law 19-21 
District of Columbia Official Code Title 29 
Business Organizations Implementation 
Amendment Act, Law 19-21 
District of Columbia Omnibus Authorization 

Act, 20 12, Act 19-92 
District of Columbia Retirement Board Pro- 
curement Exemption Emergency Amend- 
ment Act, Act 19-144 
DOC Inmate Processing and Release Amend- 
ment Act, 
Congressional Review Emergency Act, 

Act 19-196 
Emergency Act, Act 19-129 
Temporary Act, Law 19-52 
E Nine One One (E911) Fund Fixed Costs 
Amendment Act, Law 19-21 
Emergency Amendment Act, Act 19-93 
Economic Development Special Account Re- 
vival Amendment Act, 
Emergency Act, Act 19-232 
Temporary Act, Law 19-89 
Elected Attorney General Referendum Emer- 
gency Amendment Act, Act 19-51 



POPULAR NAME LAWS— Cont'd 
Electrician Equality Act, Law 19-82 
Executive Service Compensation Amendment 

Act, Law 19-83 
Exemptions and Abatements Information Re- 
quirements Act, Law 19-21 
Extension of Review Period for the Rhode Is- 
land Avenue Small Area Action Plan 
Emergency Amendment Act, Act 19-15 
Extension of Time Congressional Review 

Emergency Amendment Act, Act 19-10 
Families Together Amendment Act, 
Law 19-21 
Emergency Act, Act 19-93 
FEMS Overtime Limitation Amendment Act, 

Law 19-21 
FEMS Uniformed Members Labor Day Fund- 
raising for Muscular Dystrophy Exemp- 
tion Emergency Act, Act 19-114 
First Congregational United Church of Christ 
Property Tax Abatement Technical 
Amendment Act, Law 19-21 
Fiscal Year 2011, 2012, and 2013 Funding 
Transfer Amendment Act, Law 19-21 
Emergency Act, Act 19-93 
Fiscal Year 2011 Office of Public Education 
Facilities Modernization Funding Re- 
vised Act, 
Emergency Act, Act 19-26 
Temporary Act, Law 19-5 
Fiscal Year 2011 Revised Budget Emergency 

Amendment Act, Act 19-117 
Fiscal Year 2012 Budget Request Act, 

Act 19-92 
Fiscal Year 2012 Budget Support Act, 
Law 19-21 
Emergency Act, Act 19-93 
Fiscal Year 2012 Dedicated Tax Emergency 
Technical Amendment Act, Act 19-116 
Fiscal Year 2012 Tax Revenue Anticipation 

Notes Act, Act 19-153 
Fiscal Year 2012 Transfer of Special Purpose 

Funds Act, Law 19-21 
Foreign Country Money Judgments Recogni- 
tion Act, Law 19-86 
Forney Manhattan Deanwood Community 
Center and Library Joint Venture Con- 
tract Modification Approval and Payment 
Authorization Emergency Act, 
Act 19-140 
Fund Balance Undesignation Act, Law 19-21 

Emergency Act, Act 19-93 
Funding for Public Schools and Public Char- 
ter Schools Amendment Act, Law 19-21 
Emergency Act, Act 19-93 
Green Building Compliance Emergency 

Amendment Act, Act 19-257 
Green Building Technical Corrections Amend- 
ment Act, 
Emergency Act, Act 19-164 

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POPULAR NAME LAWSr-Cont'd ' 

Green Building Technical Corrections Amend" 
ment Act— Cont'd . 
Temporary Act, Law 19-71 ". 
Health Benefits Plan Grievance Amendment 
Act, 
Emergency Act, Act 19-166 
Temporary Act, Law.19-63 >.....>'.■ ■■"/■ 
Health Professional Recruitment Program 
Amendment Act, Law. 19-47 , o ^ 

Congressional Review Emergency Act; , 

Act 19-227 
Emergency Amendment Act, Act 19-120 
Healthy Schools Amendment Act, Law 19-37 
Emergency Act, Act 19-143 . . , ; ; , ■ ; ; ■■.; 
Technical Act, Act 19-93 ' ; . : , ;,! 
Heat Wave Safety Amendment Act; ; h\i-.. i I 
Emergency Act, Act 19-77 ;>•'< 

Temporary Act, Law 19-35 :A :"' >'■ : 

Heights on Georgia Avenue Development Ex- 
tension Act, ' ;>r 
Congressional Review Emergency Act, 

: Act 19-161 - 

Emergency Act, Act 19-75 "<';■' : - ;v : 
Temporary Act, Law 19-S 1 " ; ' \ K 

Historic Preservation Fee Authorization Clar^ 

ification Amendment Act, Law 19-21 
Hospital Assessment Amendment Act, 
Law 19-21 ^ 

Emergency Act, Act 19-93 ; \" •- : ■ ■ ■ ' 
Housing Business Li cense Rental Unit Pee 
Clarification Amendment Act, ■ 
Law 19-21 ,-v ' : i 

Housing Production Trust Fund Dedicated 
Tax Appropriations Authorization^ Act jVr 
Emergency Act, Act 19-66 ' $ * nr* ii 
Temporary Act, Law 19-14 - ( - , : v •: 

Housing Production Trust Fund Pollin Memo^ 
,; . rial Community Dedicated Tax Appropri- 
ations Authorization Act ^ i < ; v », 
Congressional Review Emergency Act,-!/ 

Act 19-113 , 

Emergency Act, Act 19-62 .,.>.■• ,:, ., / • 
Temporary Act, Law ,19-1 5 .-,.;■■ , f - 
Howard Theatre Redevelopment Project Great 
gtreets Initiative Tax Increment Financ- 
, ing Amendment Act, Law 19-44, i; , / j 
v Emergency Act, Act 19-1 7 ■ ; . ■ ' ■ •>' - ■ • ■ « 
Temporary Act, Law 19-4 ■■ ' ■"■ ";;;/ ; y> { 
Income Tax Secured Bond Authorization' Act, 

■;.:'■' Law 19-39 •"■ • -:;■■.,'-.:■■■■ :if/';'-I 

Congressional Review Emergency Act; >f^J 

Act 19-216 • • '< - - -.;.-,■■: 

Emergency Act, Act 19-145 ' . ' ; : 
Income Tax Withholding Statements Elec- : 
tron.ic Submission Act, t : . - , v » 
Emergency Act, Act 19-226 v , : t ... 
I Temporary Act, Law 19-90 1 \ ' ; •'" 
Increase Local Capacity to Serve DYRS Com- 
mitted Youth;Act, Law 19^21 ,-) ■■■-■-■ rtf 

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POPULAR NAME LAWS-^Cbrit'd W t'dUmo^ 
Intellectual Disability Services Medicaid ,i ; KvU 
Maximization Reform Amendment Act, 
Law 19-21 ,-■ r-ro^Ki') 

Interest Earned on Out of State Bonds Act, 

Law 19-21 i-ml 

Interim Disability Assistance Amendment* 'H 

Act, Law 19-21 ^ 

Internet SalesTax Act, Law 19-21 ^ n ] "' ] 
Interstate Compact for Juveniles Ameridment 

Act, Law 19-81 ' 

• Congressional Review Emergency Act, 

Act 19-49 ;'-'' ■ "\''^}\- . \ ■. 

Itemized Deduction Limitation' Act, '.'•' 

Law 19-21 
Jubilee, Housing Residential Rental Project ,--. 

'Seal Property Tax Exemption Clarifica- 
., . tion Act, < -■■ 

Emergency Act, Act 19-205. . •« /. 
Temporary Act, Law 19-73 *i,i r-1 

Kesley Gardens Redevelopment Project' Seal 
' ' Property Limited Tax Abatement Assis- 
tance Amendment Act, Law 19-21 - 
KIPP DC Shaw Campus Property Tax &xkm& 
tibn Act, Law 19-46 ! : ''^'" 

Congressional Review Emergency Act, ./ 

. Act 19-206 , I 

Emergency Act, Act 19-94 . , ; _ Mn --) 
Temporary Act, Law 19-32 ; /< ■■■:< t 

Local Rent Supplement Program Contract No. 
■ 0076-2007-02 Approval and Payment Aii-i 
',■■ thorization Emergency Act, Act 19-85 
Local Rent Supplement Program Contract No. 
; :i -0076-2007-1 Approval and Payment Au^' 
thorization Emergency Act, Act 19-84 
Local Rent Supplement Program Coriiract No. 
0104-2008-0013A Approval and Payment 1 
Author izatioti'Einergency Act, Act 19-72 
Local Rent Supplement Program Coiitra!ct No: 
' ' ' 0104-201QC Approvaland PaymM'M- 
thorizatibn Emergency Act, Act 19^70 
Location of Buildihgs^and Structures in fits- J 
trict Easement and 'Modification to 3 the . 
- ; Urban Renewal '£leai Kir Shaw SdH^ol'tJr- 
ban Renewal i&rea! 'Approval Emergency 
Act,Actl9-220 M 4k -'" '■"" ' f:,) ' if r . 
Lottery Winnings Redemption Amen'imferit 
Act, Law 19-21 _ . J \- iV) ;^ .. 
Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive Designation 
Act, Law 19-68 ,, . T 

Emergency Act, Act 19-130 .,...!..,/■ 
Temporary Act, Law 19-57 . • 

Mayors Council on Physical Fitness, Health, 
and Nutrition Establishment Act, ,. .. : 
Law 19-58 ' r ,.,y - . ■■ ^ „'.; 

Medical Assistance Program Amendment Act, 
Law 19-21 ; .,,- 

Emergency Act, Act, 19 19-93, - -,,,,: .■.-./; 
Mental Health Services Eligibility Act,/- -- r,i 

Law,19-21,\ .. ,;,. .v.-j:-..- (i , /. v.: ■-.,■: 



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POPULAR NAME LAWS— Cont'd 

Mental Health Services Eligibility 
Act— Cont'd 
Emergency Act, Act 19-93 

Meridian Public Charter School Harrison 

Campus. Property Tax Exemption Amend- 
ment Act, 
Emergency Act, Act 19-168 
Temporary Act, Law 19-72 

Minimum Corporate and Unincorporated 
Franchise Tax Payable Act, Law 19-21 

Modification of Contract No. 

DCHA-2007-C-0002 Approval and Pay- 
ment Authorization Emergency Act, 
Act 19-204 

Modification to Contract No. 

DCJA-2006-D-DL-025 Approval and Pay- 
ment Authorization Emergency Act, 
Act 19-133 

Modification to Contract No. 

DCKT-2010-CA-1020 Approval and Pay- 
ment Authorization Emergency Act, 
Act 19-207 

Modification to Contract No. 

DOC-06-067-KEE Approval and Payment 
Authorization Emergency Act, Act 19-60 

Modification to Contract No. 

POAM-2005-C-0039-DR Approval and 
Payment Authorization Emergency Act, 
Act 19-240 

Modification to Contract No. 

POKV-2006-C-0064 Approval and Pay- 
ment Authorization Emergency Act, 
Act 19-47 

Modification to PO 104652 Approval and Pay- 
ment Authorization Emergency Act, 
Act 19-190 

Modifications to Contract No. 

DCJA-2006-D-DL-021 Approval and Pay- 
ment Authorization Emergency Act, 
Act 19-122 

Modifications to Contract No. 

DCJA-2006-D-DL-022 Approval and Pay- 
ment Authorization Emergency Act of 
2011, Act 19-41 

Modifications to Contract No. 

DCJA-2006-D-DL-023 Approval and Pay- 
ment Authorization Emergency Act, 
Act 19-132 

Modifications to Contract No. 

DCJA-2006-D-DL-024 Approval and Pay- 
ment Authorization Emergency Act, 
Act 19-123 

Modifications to Contract No. 

DCJA-2006-D-DL-028 Approval and Pay- 
ment Authorization Emergency Act of 
2011, Act 19-42 

Modifications to Contract No. 

POHC-2005-C-2078 Approval and Pay- 
ment Authorization Emergency Act, 
Act 19-223 

National Guard Morale Welfare and Recre- 
ation DCNG Youth ChalleNGe Partici- 
pant Support Fund Establishment 
Amendment Act, Law 19-21 



POPULAR NAME LAWS— Cont'd 

Neighborhood Investment Fund Amendment 
Act, Law 19-21 

New Issue Bond Program Tax Exemption 
Amendment Act, Law 19-60 

Not for Profit Hospital Corporation Board 
Chairperson Designation Amendment 
Act, 
Emergency Act, Act 19-40 

Not for Profit Hospital Corporation Board 
Chairperson Designation Amendment 
Act-^Cont'd 
Temporary Act, Law 19-11 

Not for Profit Hospital Corporation Establish- 
ment Amendment Act, Law 19-21 
Emergency Act, Act 19-73 
Congressional Review Emergency Act, 
Act 19-128 

Oak Hill Conservation Easement Act, 
Emergency Act, Act 19-229 
Temporary Act, Law 19-93 

Off Premise Alcohol Act, Law 19-21 
Emergency Act, Act 19-93 

Office of Asian and Pacific Islander Affairs 
Grant Making Authority Amendment 
Act, Law 19-21 

Office of Cable Television Property Acquisi- 
tion and Special Purpose Revenue Repro- 
gramming Congressional Review Emer- 
gency Act, Act 19-5 

Office of Employee Appeals Mandatory Medi- 
ation Amendment Act, Law 19-21 

Office of the Deputy Mayor for Public Safety 
and Justice Establishment Act, 
Law 19-21 

Office of the Secretary Limited Grant Making 
Authority Act, Law 19-21 

Office of the Tenant Advocate Establishment 
Amendment Act, Law 19-21 

OIG Auditing Reform Amendment Act, 
Law 19-21 

Old Naval Hospital Real Property Tax Ex- 
emption Emergency Act, Act 19-241 

Omnibus Substance Abuse Treatment Human 
Care Agreements Approval and Payment 
Authorization Emergency Act, 
Act 19-150 

One City Service and Response Training Act, 
Emergency Act, Act 19-16 
Temporary Act, Law 19-3 

Opening Hours Act, Law 19-21 

Parking Tax Enhancement Act, Law 19-21 
Emergency Act; Act 19-93 

Pedestrian Safety Reinforcement Amendment 
Act, Law 19-49 
Emergency Act, Act 19-135 

Performance Parking Extension Congressio- 
nal Review Emergency Amendment Act, 
Act 19-9 

Performance Parking Pilot Zone Amendment 
Act, Law 19-21 

Police and Firefighter Post Retirement 
Health Benefits Clarification Amend- 
ment Act, Law 19-21 

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POPULAR NAME LAWS—Cont'd ■/ ; ; 

Pre K Acceleration and Clarification Congres- 
sional Review Emergency Amendment 
Act, Act 19-4 
Precinct Boundary Changes Emergency Ap- 
proval Act,. Act 19-219 . , : . t 
Presidential Primary Ballot Access Emer- 
gency Amendment Act, Act 19-260 
Prior Fiscal Year ponforming Budget Amend- 
ments Act, Law 19-21 : V; ' r ' 
Procedure' for Remittance of Hotel Taxes py 
Online Vendors Act, Law 19-21 ' y [ 
Emergency Act,, Act 19-93 . . v ,:. 
Processing Sales Tax Clarification Amend- , 
ment Act, ' , 
Congressional Review Emergency Act, 

Act 19-68 
Emergency Act, Act i9-li ; A 

Second Emergency Amendment Act, 

Act 19-255 
Temporary Act, Law 19-2 
Public Employee Relations Board Holdover 
Extension Emergency Amendment Act^ O 
Act 19-74 
Public Safety Civilian Emergency Personnel? J 
•Furlough Exemption Emergency Amend- 
ment Act, Act 19-28 ..., ,v. ,, >A 
Public Safety Legislation Sixty Day L'ayoyeE'< ! ) 
■ir- Congressional Review Emerge.ncyir.i ' 

Amendment Act, Act 19-45 
Public Sector Workers Compensation Return 
:in to Wor ; k Clarifying Amendment. Act,. .-;, 
Emergency Act, Act 19-158, , .-. 

Temporary Act, Law 19-69 ,,■ r , -,-. ,:■■.■■■■■ n 
Public Service Commission Amendment Act, 

Law 19-21 
Public Space Permit Fee Waiver Amendment , 
Act, Law 19-48 
Emergency Act, Act 19-163 .,;'-.. 

Temporary Act, Law 19-70 , ,".. 

Randall School Disposition Restatement Con-, 
gressional Review Emergency Act, , , 
Act 19-2 ; , 

Reai Property Tax Appeals Commission 6s- 

tablishment Act, , 

.Clarification Congressional Review Emer- 
f " geney Act, Act 19-256 ' .*; \\ '".;'.' 
Clarification Emergency Amendment 'Act, 

Act 19-169 '\ ( 

Clarification Temporary Amendment Act, . 
Law 19-75 • , 

Congressional Review Emergency Ac't, : ! ; l 

Act 19-217 V; -- T ■■ : -''■■;^'i 

Congressional Review Emergency Amend- '^ 

ment Act, Act 19-76 
Emergency Act, Act 19-146 ,-v ■■' \ 

Emergency Amendment Act, Act 19^33 
Temporary Act, Law 19-^56 ■■/"■ 
Temporary Amendment Act, Law 1 9-9 . ; 
Real Property Transfer Tax Exemption Act, 

Law 19-21 
Receiving Stolen Property and Public Safety/ 
Amendment Act, Law 19-120 
Emergency Act, ; Act 19-261 , „■■,., .^'V\ 
Reciprocity Registration Amendment Act> 

LaW 19-21 ; ",,. : .,,: 

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POPULAR NAME LAWS^Cpnt'd :; -.iX'imCffi 

Reinstated Government Employee Review; r?} I /l 
Act, i-)/- 

Emergency Act, Act 19-27 . >■ ;-'UiU.. 
Temporary Act t Law 19-6 '■.■■.■■■■"<:'■•'< 1& 

Rent supplement prioritization and funding 

act, Law 19-21 
Rental Housing Act Extension Congressional 
Review Emergency Amendment. Act, 
Act 19^31 Ia 

Rental Housing Commission Quorum Emer- 
gency Amendment Act, Act 19-52 ; ^ '»<' 
Residential Parking Permit Amendment Act, 

Law 19-21 
Residential Parking Protection Pilot Act, r 
Emergency Act, Act 19-159 . "^ '" w 

Temporary Amendment Act, Law 19-65 
Residential Tranquility Congressional. Review 
Emergency Act, Act 19-45 ., .. ..,,.. u .v .. n - ,-. 
Retirement Distribution Withholding Emer- 

'^6^07^,^0119-265^^^:^^'".. . -', 
Returning Citizens and ExOffenders Services 
Reform Amendment Act, Law 1 9-80, t Uj : , 
Revised Fiscal Year 2012 Budget Support 
■ * ./Technical Clarification Amendment Act, 
Emergency Act, Act 19^157 : . \ <,v , . 'f , ■ 
Temporary Actj Law 19-53 - ' / v : 
Rita B.: Bright Family and Youtfr Center ^Des- 
ignation Act, Law 19-66 - 
Sales Tax Act, Law 10-21 ; ■._... »>i7. 

Saving D:C. Homes from Foreclosure Amend- 
ment Act, ; l ■'''■ ' " " '..'"!' ,1 ;;' 
Congressional Review Act, Act 19-t8 j 
Emergency Act, Act 19-147 
Temporary Act, Law 19-41 
Second Park at LeDroit Designation Emer n ,.j ; . 

,.. gency Act, Act 19-162 ' ]} )('i 

Second Rita B* Bright Family and Youth Cen- 
ter Designation Emergency Act, .•; ••:,.* 
Act 19-160 = M rv 

Settlement Payment Integrity C ongr.es' sional 
Review. Emergency Amendment Act*? 
Act 19-14 } 

SOME, Inc. and Affiliates Transfer and /.. 
v. Recordation Exemption arid Equitable 
Tax Relief Act,; Law 19-31 ,-..' i 

Southeast Federal Center Yards Nondiscrimi- 
natory Grocery Store Act, Act 19^1 00 »•!■■' 
Special Events Exemption Amendment Act, 
Law 19-^21 ■ ■'■■"' "■ ■■ 'i ; '>< 

Emergency Act, Act 19-93. ; ; ' " ' "° '; ^' A 
Special Purpose Fund Transfer Act, u il :"' 1 j 

v ' Law 19-21 " ' 'v; ;i : ";'. " : ;^ 

Standard Deduction Withholding Exclusion 

Act, Law 19-21 
Steel Plate Fee Amendment Act, Law 19-21 
Summer Youth Employment Compensation 

Amendment Act, Law 19-21 
Task Orders and Invoices to Human Care 

Agreement No. POJA-2006-H-0040-06i J ' 

Act i9-259 ■..,..,; 

Tax Penalty SafejHarbor Act, Law 19 T 2X 



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POPULAR NAME LAWS— Cont'd 

Tax Revision Commission Reestablishment 

Act, Law 19-21 
Temporary Assistance for Needy Families 

Amendment Act, Law 19-21 
The Park at LeDroit Designation Act, 

Law 19-61 
The Washington Ballet Equitable Real Prop- 
erty Tax Relief Act, Law 19-77 
Third & H Streets, N.E. Economic Develop- 
ment Technical Clarification Act, 
Emergency Act, Act 19-32 
Temporary Act, Law 19-8 
Transfer Emergency Amendment Act, 

Act 19-69 
Turkey Bowl Revenue Generation and Spon- 
sorship Emergency Act, Act 19-191 
Unemployment Compensation Extended Ben- 
efits Continuation Amendment Act, 
Congressional Review Emergency Act, 

Act 19-112 
Emergency Act, Act 19-67 
Temporary Act, Law 19-16 
Unemployment Compensation Federally 

Funded Extended Benefits Maximization 
Emergency Amendment Act, Act 19-264 
Unemployment Compensation Funds Appro- 
priation Authorization Act 
Congressional Review Emergency Act, 

Act 19-231 
Emergency Act, Act 19-124 
Temporary Act, Law 19-40 
Uniform Foreign Country Money Judgments 

Recognition Act, Law 19-86 
Uniform Military and Overseas Voters Act, 
Emergency Act, Act 19-230 
Temporary Act, Law 19-88 
United House of Prayer for All People Real 

Property Tax Exemption Act, Law 19-51 
Universal Holiness Church Real Property Tax 

Relief and Exemption Act, Law 19-21 
University of the District of Columbia Non- 
resident Tuition Amendment Act, 
Law 19-21 
Vault Tax Clarification Amendment Act, 

Law 19-78 
Ward Redistricting Act, 
Emergency Amendment Act, Act 19-218 
Temporary Act, Law 19-92 
Washington Ballet Equitable Real Property 

Tax Relief Act, Law 19-77 
Wayne Place Senior Living Limited Partner- 
ship Tax Relief Amendment Act, 
Law 19-21 
William O. Lockridge Way Designation Act, 

Law 19-85 
Withholding Tax on Distributions from Re- 
tirement Accounts Act, Law 19-21 
Workforce Intermediary Establishment and 
Reform of First Source Amendment Act, 
Law 19-84 



POPULAR NAME LAWS— Cont'd 

Workforce Intermediary Task Force Estab- 
lishment Act, 
Emergency Act, Act 19-131 
Second Emergency Act, Act 19-167 
Temporary Act, Law 19-55 

PRE K ACCELERATION AND 

CLARIFICATION CONGRESSIONAL 
REVIEW EMERGENCY AMENDMENT 
ACT 

Generally, Act 19-4 

PRECINCT BOUNDARY CHANGES 
EMERGENCY APPROVAL ACT 
Generally, Act 19-219 

PREGNANCY 

Food, grants, Act 19-258 

PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES 

Primary elections, 
* Ballots, Act 19-260 
Time, Law 19-7 

PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY BALLOT ACCESS 

EMERGENCY AMENDMENT ACT 
Generally, Act 19-260 

PRIMARY ELECTIONS 
Elections, this index 

PRIOR FISCAL YEAR CONFORMING 

BUDGET AMENDMENTS ACT 
Generally, Law 19-21 

PRISONS AND PRISONERS 
Correctional Institutions, generally, this 
index 

PROCEDURE FOR REMITTANCE OF HOTEL 
TAXES BY ONLINE VENDORS ACT 
Generally, Law 19-21 
Emergency Act, Act 19-93 

PROCESSING SALES TAX CLARIFICATION 
AMENDMENT ACT 

Congressional Review Emergency Act, 

Act 19-68 
Emergency Act, Act 19-11 
Second Emergency Act, Act 19-255 
Temporary Act, Law 19-2 

PROFESSIONS AND OCCUPATIONS 

Electricians, licenses and permits, 
Law 19-82 

PROPERTY TAXATION 

Real Property Taxation, generally, this in- 
dex 

PROSTITUTION 

Sentence and punishment, 
Act 19-261; Law 19-120 

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PROTESTS 

Domicile and residence, crimes and offenses, 
Act 19-45 

PUBLIC UTILITIES > 

Electricity, generally, this index ^ 

Restaurants, sales tax, exemptions, 
Act 19-255 < 

PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS • : 

Generally, Law 19-43 . "' 

PUBLIC EDUCATION FACILITIES 

MODERNIZATION OFFICE 
Funds, Act 19-26; Law 19-5 

PUBLIC EMPLOYEE RELATIONS BOARD 
HOLDOVER EXTENSION EMERGENCY 
AMENDMENT ACT 

Generally, Act 19-74 

PUBLIC HOLIDAYS 

District officers and employees, hours of ,. '■■.,-. 
work, furloughs, Acts 19-3, 
.... 19-28; Law 19-1 .,,_ ... : ,^, , ,, , 

PUBLIC IMPROVEMENTS AND" 
WORKS 

Arthur Capper Carrollsburg public improver ,. 

ments, Acts 19-107, 19-225; Law ^9-7$; 
District bonds, Act 19-145 ' J -•.--■■<, ... ,,. 
Transportation department, closure, - ,--•«•■.,-•-■■■ ■ 

Acts 19-96, 18-111; Law 19-21 , ^, " 

PUBLIC LANDS > ' 

District purchasing, application of law-, ; < • < a 
Law 19-50 \l, 

PUBLIC SAFETY CIVILIAN EMERGENCY 
PERSONNEL FURLOUGH EXEMPTION 
EMERGENCY AMENDMENT ACT 

Generally, Act 19-28 

PUBLIC SAFETY LEGISLATION SIXTY DAY 
LAYOVER CONGRESSIONAL REVIEW 
EMERGENCY AMENDMENT ACT 

Generally, Act, 19-45 -, ; ^v: : 

PUBLIC SECTOR WORKERS 

COMPENSATION RETURN TO WORK „ 
CLARIFYING AMENDMENT ACT 

Emergency Act, Act 19-158 

Temporary Act, Law 19-69 

PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION ; ^; 
AMENDMENT ACT 

Generally, Law 19-21 ,; / r . . . 

PUBLIC SPACE PERMIT FEE WAIVER . 
AMENDMENT ACT 

Generally, Law 19-48 ;;;: ;,;;,;; :^^X//\. 

Emergency Act, Act 19-163 .■■■• ; : 

Temporary Act, Law 19-70, : ;. ; U 0, .rd-. 

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public utilities v: i ■;■ y; 

Electricity, disconnection, Acts 19-77,/ 



m 



19-119 



PUBLIC WORKS ■> 

Public Improvements arid Public Wo'rksp 

generally, this index ■. . < ;; ; ■w.iJi 

QUINCY STREET, N.W. \\:>Vi 

Closing ward four, Act 19-221; Law 19467 I : . 

RANDALL SCHOOL DISPOSITION r^n:i 

RESTATEMENT CONGRESSIONAL^/ 
REVIEW EMERGENCY ACT ,.. ^ : , if .,./f 

Generally, Act 19-2 - -.,;>;: >^a 

RANDOLPH STREET, N.W. 

Closing, ward four, Act 19-221; Law,19r6^ T $ 

■ . ■• ;/i ■: ■ "i-'i 

REAL ESTATE 3 ', 

Easements, generally, this index ' : > 

Housing, generally, this index „<■;'" 

Vaults, rent, Law 19-78 - i : ,! 

REAL ESTATE SERVICES DEPARTMENT 

■ Generally; Act 19-93 - ;^ ; 

REAL PROPERTY ASSESSMENTS AND 

APPEAL BOARD : n i 

Transfer of powers and duties, * ;> 
Act 19-256; Law 19-75 , 7 . v ,. ; -, r v 

REAL PROPERTY TAX APPEALS ? 

COMMISSION ,, r 

Generally, Acts 19-146, 19-169, /. , • T r 
19-217; Law 19 r 56 "V 

Application of law, Acts 19-33, 19^-76 '] \ J 
Transfer of powers and duties,' ' ' .'^ -'" l ' 
Act 19-256; Law 19-75 5 v > r 

REAL PROPERTY TAK^PPEAiiS ! V , :;; /in f 
COMMISSION EST ABLISHMjEl^lTACT 

Clarification Congres sioHar Review 1 Enter- Vit?l ■ 

gency Act, Act 19^25& oi hl l £ ^^'fl 
Clarification Emergency Amendment Wdt J 

Act 19^169 •■'•'' >'>y ; ■l^-fiT.Hu^V 

Clarification Temporary Act, Law 19475^ 
Congressional Review Emergency Act, •'" ° ''■*- ' ■■ 

Act 19-217 ^ 

Congressional Review Emergency Amend- ■■/ '? 

- ment Act, Act 19-76 ; ■.;.-.■"; .:; :.;77 

E mergency Act, Act 1 9-1 46 , -, , :, 
Emergency Amendment Act,, Act 19r-33 ^v. ;>V7 
Temporary Act* Law 19-56 : ! ! .- « .•".-. 

Temporary Amendment Act, Law 19-9 ; £ 

. .;-> - : : V-:-,;.;v/ ■,i,;i ■!■„-. : - ■/,^W 
REAL PROPERTY TAXATION 
| Abatement, certificates and certification^ 1 ;"-W 

Act 194157; Law 19-53 i j^ 

Exemptions, Law 19-21 ,■;■.■ m ; vi^W 

Alabama Ave. Affordable Housing, LiP.',' 
Act 19-44; Law 19-12 P '^ \i I 



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REAL PROPERTY TAXATION— Cont'd 

Exemptions — Cont'd 
Allen Chapel African Methodist Episcopal 
Church, Inc., Act 19-44; Law 19-12 
Carver 2000 low income and senior housing 

project, Act 19-115 
Certificates and certification, 
Act 19-157; Law 19-53 
Community council for the homeless at 

Friendship Place, Law 19-42 
Hill Center at the Old Naval Hospital, 

Act 19-241 
Jubilee Housing Inc., 

Act 19-205; Law 19-73 
KIPP DC, Acts 19-94, 19-109, 

19-206; Law 19-46 
Meridian Public Charter School Harrison 

Campus, Act 19-168; Law 19-72 
Third & H Streets, N.E. development pro- 
ject, Act 19-32 
United House of Prayer for All People, 

Law 19-51 
Washington Ballet, Law 19-77 
Real property assessments and appeal board, 
transfer of powers and duties, 
Act 19-256; Law 19-75 
Real Property Tax Appeal Commission, 

this index 
Tax exemptions. Exemptions, generally, ante 
Vaults, rent, Law 19-78 

REAL PROPERTY TRANSFER TAX 

EXEMPTION ACT 
Generally, Law 19-21 

RECEIVING STOLEN PROPERTY AND 
PUBLIC SAFETY AMENDMENT ACT 
Generally, Law 19-120 
Emergency Act, Act 19-261 

RECIPROCITY REGISTRATION AMENDMENT 
ACT 

Generally, Law 19-21 

RECORDATION TAX 

Cooperative apartments, security interests, 
exemptions, Acts 19^12, 
19-194; Law 19-74 

REENTRY AND EXOFFENDERS 

COMMISSION 
Generally, Law 19-80 

REFERENDUM 

Attorney general, Act 19-51 

REGISTRATION 

Motor vehicles, crimes and offenses, fines and 

penalties, Act 19-208; Law 19-76 
Weapons, gun offenders, Act 19-45 



REINSTATED GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEE RE- 
VIEW ACT 

Emergency Act, Act 19-27 
Temporary Act, Law 19-6 

RENEWABLE ENERGY 
Energy, this index 

RENT 

Boards and commissions, quorum, Act 19-52 
Housing, jurisdiction, Act 19-45 
Rental Housing Act, extension, Act 19-31 
Vaults, Law 19-78 

RENT SUPPLEMENT PRIORITIZATION AND 

FUNDING ACT 
Generally, Law 19-21 

RENTAL HOUSING ACT EXTENSION 
CONGRESSIONAL REVIEW 
EMERGENCY AMENDMENT ACT 

Generally, Act 19-31 

RENTAL HOUSING COMMISSION QUORUM 

EMERGENCY AMENDMENT ACT 
Generally, Act 19-52 

REPARATION 
Enforcement, Act 19-45 

REPORTS 

Campaign contributions and expenditures, 
Law 19-33 
Political committees, Act 19-197 

RESIDENCE 

Protests, crimes and offenses, Act 19-45 

RESIDENTIAL MORTGAGES 

Foreclosure, notice, default, Act 19-8 

RESIDENTIAL PARKING PERMIT 

AMENDMENT ACT 
Generally, Law 19-21 

RESIDENTIAL PARKING PROTECTION PILOT 
ACT 

Emergency Act, Act 19-159 
Temporary Amendment Act, Law 19-65 

RESIDENTIAL TRANQUILITY 

CONGRESSIONAL REVIEW 

EMERGENCY ACT 
Generally, Act 19-45 

RESTAURANTS 

Sales tax, public utilities, exemptions, 
Acts 19-11, 19-255; Law 19-2 



RESTITUTION 
Enforcement, Act 19-45 



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RETIREMENT AND PENSIONS ; 

Boards and commissions, district purchasing, 
exemptions, Act 19-144 , . .?• 

Income tax — district,, withholding, , ;j ., . 

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SALES TAX— Cont'd j7\v: #f V . 7- >::Wi JA£ 
Exemptions, - : -' ■Oqat.- 

Hotels and motels, public utilities', a jipllca- 



RETIREMENT BOARD 

District purchasing, exemptions, Act 19-144 

REflREMENT DISTRIBUTION, WITHHOLDING! 

EMERGENCY ACT 
Generally, Act 19-265. ,' 

RETURNING CITIZENS AND EXOFFENDERS ' 

SERVICES REFORM AMENDMENT ACT 
Generally, Law 19-80 

REVIEW ^ 

Appeal and Review, generally, this index 

REVISED FISCAL YEAR 2012 BUDGET - 
, SUPPORT TECHNICAL CLARIFICATION 

AMENDMENTACT - ; , . ^ 

Emergency Act, Act 19-157 

Tempi or ary Act, Law 19-53 "•'^- ; - )[ \/^y* ' v -•'* 

REVOLUTION FOODS, INC, ' ■>->& ' : 

Contract No. GAG-2010-C-0142, payment, 

Act 19-24 ^on'r^'^'S 

RHODE ISLAND AVENUE 

Plans and specifications, review period^ extend 
sion^; Act 19^15- .->,>: -;n- ir.w:iv :■< . -■':... J 

RIGHTS OF WAY : ..-., : 

Infractions, crosswalks, jurisdiction, 

Act 19-135; Law 19-49 , r .;. 

Public. space permits, fees, waivers, 

Act 19-163; Laws 19-48, 19-70 

RITA B. BRIGHT ' 

Rita B. Bright Family and Youth Center, des- 
ignation, Act 19-160; Law 19-66 

roads : . 

DC Lines, Inc., contract No. : '■■"'" "' 

DCKA-2008-C-0091, payment, Act 19-22 

SAFETY - 

Prisons and prisoners, release, ; 
Act 19-196; Law 19-52 > 

SALARIES v 

Compensation and Salaries, generally, this 
index 

SALES 

Alcoholic Beverages, this index • 

Motor vehicles, identity and identification, > ;• . 
Act 19^45 v ;....: y^ ,,.- 

SALES TAX 

Application of law, Act 19-7-68 ; , n; :i .« 

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tion of law, Acts 19-11, 

19-255; Law 19-2 m;;" > 

Restaurants, public utilities'; application of 
law, Acts 19-11, 19-255; Law 19-2 ^ 

Internet, Law 19-21 ;; - ^"- • ' " 

SALES TAX ACT ' [] f uo , 

Generally, Law 19-21 i : ■» , ._ ,.y 

SALOONS - ' 

Taverns and Saloons, generally, this index 



SANITATION 

Health and Sanitation; generally,- this in- 
dex * ■"' .,;■•■,■ ,.,:•'.' ; ■:' 



SAVING D.C. HOMES FROM FORECLOSURE 
AMENDMENT -APT i! ■ " i 

Congressional Review Emergency Act/ ■■■■■<: \ ; 

Act 19-8 i ; ■•. ■■-• .■:'..—'..; ■-.: 
Emergency Act, Act 19-147 ' ; - v '' ^" * " • ■ '"■ 1 - 
Temporary Act; Law 19-41 * ; iy ' ^ ! ■" ; "* ■ 



SCHOOL BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS 

Construction, environmental protection, 
Act 19-164; Law 19-71 

■■■■■■■;■. .■ ; ■,' ; ■;!'■■"■' 'l 

SCHOOLS AND SCHOOL DISTRICTS ;J ^ ;i 

Buildings, construction, environmental pro- 
tection, Act 19-164; Law 19-71 ,^^ 
Chancellors, compensation and salaries,: ( , 

Act 19-137; Law 19-83 
Charter schools, 
Meridian Public Charter School Harrison 
Campus, real property taxation, exemp- 
tions, Act 19-168; Law 19-72 :/ J 
Revocation, Act 19-93; Law 21 "; 
Courses of study or instruction, health and 

sanitation, Act 19-143; Law 19-37 
Food. School meals, post- ' ' /l0l ^ V ^ ^\ 
Grimke" Schboii African American" diyif'War 1 ' 
Museum, gymnasiums, usage,, iifc^'IS-13 
Meridian Public Charter Scnobf Harrison 
Campus, real property taxation, exemp- 
tions, Act ; 19-l68v Law 19-72 V^TO^B 
Prekindergarten, Act 19-4 ^; ' > ; '^ oa 
Public education facilities modernizati6'n""6P-' ,T; 

fice, funds, Act 19-26; Law 19-5 
School meals, Act 19-143; Law 1§5&7 -^^ 
Contract No. GAG*2M#&0i4-2; payment;/^ 

Act 19-24 
Contract No. GAG-2010-C-0146, payment]; " R 
^■■ L .Act 19-25 '■■ -. .;■:: '■■■•^«iMiir. 

Contract No. GAGA-2008-C-0134, payment, 
Act 19-136 ...-■;,.: <u.^ a-.i; . .mwwiN 



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TRICTS— Cont'd 

Security, contracts, payment, Acts 19-222, 
19-224 
Contract No. DCPO-2009-0008D, Act 19-86 
Shaw School, urban renewal, plans and speci- 
fications, Act 19-220 
Tobacco and tobacco products, 
Act 19-143; Law 19-37 

SCHOOLTEACHERS 

Prekindergarten, grants, Act 19-4 

SCIENCE 

Forensic sciences department, Law 19-18 

SCIENCE APPLICATIONS INTERNATIONAL 

CORPORATION 
Payment, Act 19-190 

SECOND PARK AT LEDROIT DESIGNATION 

EMERGENCY ACT 
Generally, Act 19-162 

SECOND RITA B. BRIGHT FAMILY AND 
YOUTH CENTER DESIGNATION 
EMERGENCY ACT 

Generally, Act 19-160 

SECONDARY SCHOOLS 

Turkey Bowl, advertisements, sponsorships, 
- Act 19-191 

SECURITY 

Schools and school districts, contracts, pay- 
ment, Acts 19-86, 19-222, 19-224 

SECURITY INTERESTS 

Cooperative apartments, recordation tax, ex-. 

emptions, Acts 19-12, 

19-194; Law 19-74 
Housing, tax exemptions, Law 19-60 

SENIOR CITIZENS 

Aged Persons, generally, this index 

SENTENCE AND PUNISHMENT 
Prostitution, Act 19-261; Law 19-120 

SETTLEMENT 

Disapproved contracts, Act 19-14 

SETTLEMENT PAYMENT INTEGRITY 
CONGRESSIONAL REVIEW 
EMERGENCY AMENDMENT ACT 

Generally, Act 19-14 

SEVENTEENTH (17TH) STREET 

Closing, ward six, Law 19-24 

SEVENTH (7TH) STREET, 

Closing, ward two, Acts 19-104, 19-149 
Water Street, Law 19-19 



SEVERNA, LLC 

Contract No. 0104-2008-0013A, payment, 
Act 19-72 

SEX OFFENSES 

Child abuse, reasonable efforts, placement, 

Act 19-165; Law 19-64 
Children and minors, Act 19-45 

SHAW SCHOOL 

Urban renewal, plans and specifications, 
Act 19-220 

SIXTH (6TH) STREET, N.W. 

Closing, ward two, Acts 19-104, 19-149 

SMALL BUSINESSES 

Purchases and purchasing, participation, 
Act 19-1 

SOCIAL SERVICES 

Medical assistance, 
Contract No. DCHC-2008-D-5052, payment, 

Act 19-134 
Contract No. DCHC-2008-D-5054, payment, 

Act 19-142 

SOLAR ENERGY 

Renewable energy, Acts 19-126, 
19-192; Law 19-36 

SOME, INC. AND AFFILIATES TRANSFER 
AND RECORDATION EXEMPTION AND 
EQUITABLE TAX RELIEF ACT 

Generally, Law 19-21 

SOUTHEAST FEDERAL CENTER YARDS 
NONDISCRIMINATORY GROCERY 
STORE ACT 

Generally, Law 19-23 

SPECIAL ELECTION REFORM CHARTER 
CONGRESSIONAL REVIEW 
EMERGENCY AMENDMENT ACT 

Generally, Act 19-7 

SPECIAL EVENTS EXEMPTION AMENDMENT 
ACT 

Generally, Law 19-21 
Emergency Act, Act 19-93 v 

SPECIAL PURPOSE FUND TRANSFER ACT 
Generally, Law 19-21 

SPECIFICATIONS 

Shaw school, urban renewal, Act 19-220 

SPONSORSHIPS 

Turkey Bowl, Act 19-191 

SPORTS 

Athletes, generally, this index 

STADIUMS 

Contract No. DCHA-2007-C-0002, payment, 
Act 19-204 

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STANDARD DEDUCTION WITHHOLDING EX< 

CLUSION AGT .'■.;:,,;.' , 

Generally, Law 19-21 ;r- Ci.r,, 



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STREETS AND ALLEYS^Gont'd - ijOOHUS 

William 0. Lockridge Way, designation^! 



STATEMENTS ' J 

Labor and employment, income tax— district, 
withholding, electronic transactions, 
Act 19-226 v 

STATUTE OF LIMITATIO^^^^ ^^ : ^^^^^^^ ! j" 

Asbestos, Act 19-45 '\;'V'.- U) r:\ 



STEALING »: ; . 

Theft, generally, this iticlex ' 



■^e;t; 



STEEL PLATE FEE AMENDMENT ACT /- 

Generally, Law 19-21 ;:. ; u f;*,A 

STOLEN PROPERTY - : ; ^ , Q 

Receiving, crimes and offenses, ' 

Act 19-261; Law 19-120 " ' ; » ^ 

STREETS AND ALLEYS ^ - 

Closing, 
Anacostia Avenue, N.E. , V-'Wi: '■'■■'■ '"} ! :"rf:,.XV.! 
Act 19-46; Law 19-13 ( ^ i 

Bryant Street, N.E., Twenty Second (22nd) 

Street, N.E., Law 19-28 
H Street, Thirteenth (13th) Street, N;E.,G 
1 ■ Street, N.E., ward six, Law 19-62 
M Street, Fourth (4th) Street, New York Av- 
enue, N.W., Fifth (5th) Street, N.W.; " 
ward two, Law 19-26 v 
Minnesota Avenue, N.E., ward seven, / '■'"'" 

Act 19-253; Law 19-87 ; 

Nannie Helen Burroughs Avenue,- N.E,, 

Forty Eighth (48th) Street, "N.E;, Hayes 
Street^ N.E., Forty Ninth (49th) : Street,. 
N.E., ward seven, Acts 19-106, 19-125, 
19-193 
Randolph Street, N.W., ward four, r. , ^ ]; 

Act 19-221; Law 19-67 
Seventeenth (17th) Street, Gales, Street^ri';^ 
Nineteenth (19th) Street, F Street A 
N.E., ward six, Law 19-24 , • ,;.0 
Sixth (6th) Street, N.W., K Street, N;W;pfaW 
Seventh (7th) Street, N.W., New York 
'{.- Avenue, ward two, Acts. 19-104; ;:-/^;;' 
19-149 
Thirtieth (30th) Street, Law 19-20 
Water Street, Law 19-19 \-:"" : '■""' ' ; ;; 

DC Lines, Tnc-, contract No. ' n 

DCKA-2008-C-0091, payment, Act 19-22 
Martin Luther King, Jr., designation, .'""' 

Act 19-130; Laws 19-57, 19-6B r 
Rhode Island Avenue Small Area Action Plan.y ; 
review period, extension Act 19-15 ' ' 
Third & H Streets, N.E. economic develop- 
ment project, tax exemptions, Law 19-8 
Traffic Rules and Regulations, generally,; , 
this index ;.<, 

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Law 19-85 



T^'i ■ -, ■,-:.-,- ( .jai> , .> 
Medical care and treatment, A£t 19-150 !/ < 1 '"' 



SUBSTANCE ABUSE 



summer youth employment 

compensation Amendment act 

Generally, Law 19-21 ,.. V; .,, V , 'OrmOfi 

-■■■: "■ ',- . ■'. ■ : . i- 1 ■ i'A'.f^l 

SUNSET LAWS 
Rental Housing Act, extension, Act 19^31;] ijOS 

SUPPLEMENTAL SECURITY INCOME 

Children and adolescents for supplemen^a^se- 
curity income program, Gontfact'No^ 
DCHC-2008-D-8080 y payinertt/Act^^^ 



SUPPORT' — ->■;■;';' 

Contract No. DCTO^Oli-F-OOie^paymen't, , 
Act 19-65 tt*;*wa ; ■>, <-\w-vr- 



7)11 f Si (MQ^B 



SUSTAINABLE ENERGY TRUST FUND^ 

Generally^ Law 19-10 '7-';, V' ■ .v ><'' -'.^j 

TAMPERING 

Electronic monitoring; Act 19-^45 ," ' i O « . ;. I C 

TASK FORCES ^ . ^A • 

Workforce intermediary task force, 

Acts 19-131, 19-167; Law 19-55^ U0 — ' 

-v :■■!"■ " ' : " .- 1 ; ■■■:'■'-. .■■■■ .':■- ■'-• :: loOif : v i 

TASK ORDERS AND INVOICES TO HUli&N 
CARE AGREEMENT NO. ,..^.-,,. 

POJA-2006-H-0040-O6 ; ■' ; ; ^ ^ 

Generally, Act 19-259 '; / M ^< ' 

* .:. - ■ .,-,-.. , .,;. ^ '■ ;■ 

TAVERNS AND SALOONS " : ',, 
Alcoholic beverages, hours of operation, 
Daylight savings time, Act 18H18 '■ ": -S/7:]^ 

Sales, Law .19-2:1 .7..- ."■■., ;■■■■■ . .■ ,., xr<? : £>;■;:£ 



TAX EXEMPTIONS - " ! - 

Aged persons; low and moderate incoiiie 
ing, Act 19-195; Law 19-54 

Cooperative apartments, Acts 19-12^ " L 
19-194; Law 1 19^74 : f ^ ^ r 

Housing, security interest, Law 19-60 

Real Property Taxation; this index 1 ;'; 

Sales Tax, this index '" ;^;' : , ; v ' 

TAX INCREMENT FINANCING 

Howard Theatre redevelopment projectv, 
trict bonds, Acts 19-17? 
19-37; Laws 19-4, 19-44 ' 

TAX PENALTY SAFE HARBOR ACT ,-.,* 

Generally, Law 19-^21 1 > ;„ , ; ( ■■..■>'■': ,: 1: 



tious- ; 




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TAX REVISION COMMISSION REESTABLISH 

MENTACT 
Generally, Law 19-21 



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THEFT— Cont'd 

Stolen property, receiving, 



TAXATION 
Generally, Law 19-21 

Alcoholic beverages, consumption, off pre- 
mises, rates and. charges, 
Act 19-157; Law 19-53 

Exemptions. Tax Exemptions, generally, 
this index 

Howard Theatre redevelopment project, tax 
increment financing, bonds, 
Act 19-17; Laws 19-4, 19-44 

Income Tax — District, generally, this index 

Parking, Act 19-93 

Personal property taxation, reports, 
Act 19-233; Law 19-91 

Real Property Tax Appeals Commission, 
generally, this index 

Real Property Taxation, generally, this in- 
dex 

Recordation tax, cooperative apartments, ex- 
emptions, Acts 19-12, 
19-194; Law 19-74 

Sales Tax, generally, this index 

Unemployment, tax automated system, con- 
tract No. DCTO-2009-C-0253, payment, 
Act 19-61 

Vaults, rent, Law 19-78 

TEACHERS 

Prekindergarten, grants, Act 19-4 

TELECOMMUNICATIONS 

Debtors and creditors, time, restrictions, 

Law 19-59 
Nine one one, 
Crimes and offenses, false reports, 

Act 19-45 
E nine one one (E911) fund, Act 19-93 

TELEPHONES 

Debtors and creditors, time, restrictions, 
Law 19-59 

TEMPORARY ASSISTANCE FOR NEEDY 

FAMILIES AMENDMENT ACT 
Generally, Law 19-21 

TENTH (10TH) STREET, N.W. 

Closing, ward four, Act 19-221; Law 19-67 

THE PARK AT LEDROIT DESIGNATION ACT 
Generally, Law 19-61 

THE WASHINGTON BALLET EQUITABLE 
REAL PROPERTY TAX RELIEF ACT 
Generally, Law 19-77 

THEFT 
Generally, Act 19-45 



Act 19-261; Law 19-120 

THIRD & H STREETS, N.E. ECONOMIC 
DEVELOPMENT TECHNICAL 
CLARIFICATION EMERGENCY ACT 

Emergency Act, Act 19-32 
Temporary Act, Law 19-8 

THIRTEENTH (13TH) STREET, N.E. 

Closing, ward six, Law 19-62 

THIRTIETH (30TH) STREET 
Closing, Law 19-20 

TOBACCO AND TOBACCO PRODUCTS 
See, also, Cigarettes and Cigars, gener- 
ally, this index 
Boxing and wrestling, exemptions, 

Act 19-157; Law 19-53 
Schools and school districts, 
Act 19-143; Law 19-37 

TRAFFIC RULES AND REGULATIONS 

American Traffic Solutions, Inc., Contract No. 
' POFA-2006-C-0066, payment, Act 19-29 
Crosswalks, jurisdiction, infractions, rights of 

way, Act 19-135; Law 19-49 
Motor vehicles, registration, fines and penal- 
ties, repeals, Law 19-76 
Parking, 
Meters, Contract No. DCKA-2010-C-0206, 

payment, Act 19-141 
Performance parking pilot program, 

Act 19-9 
Taxation, Act 19-93 
Ward one, 
Licenses and permits, Act 19-159 
Ward one enhanced residential parking 
program, Law 19-65 

TRAINING 

Emergencies, plans and specifications, 
Acts 19-16, 19-36 

TRANSFER EMERGENCY AMENDMENT ACT 

Generally, Act 19-69. 

TRANSFER TAX 

Cooperative apartments, exemptions, 
Act 19-12 

TRANSPORTATION DEPARTMENT 

District department of transportation unified 
fund, Act 19-254 

Public improvements and public works, clo- 
sure, Acts 19-96, 19-111; Law 19-21 

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TREATMENT ;/■.., ; 

Medical Care and Treatment, generally, ; . ; . 

this index \ ,, , .. ,; .;> 

TRUST FUNDS 

Housing production trust fund> appropria^ 
tions; increase, Acts 1JM52, 19-66,/; 
19-113; Laws 19-14, 19-is ? , . 

Sustainable energy trust fund, Law ,19-1.9 ■■■■'- 

TURKEY BOWL REVENUE GENERATION ., 
AND SPONSORSHIP EMERGENCY ACT 

Generally, Act 19-191 ' ; ^ ; 

TWENTY SECOND (22ND) STREET, N.E. 

Closing, Law 19-28 ; -V- v, -,^ vj '< 

UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANKS r^ = 

Vaults, rent, Law 19-78 r : - ' > , - : 

UNEMPLOYMENT 

Compensation and salaries. 1 Unemployment 
Compensation, generally, this index ■ 

Extension, federal funds, i; t ! j i: ; ■■; -^ 
Act 19-67; Law 19-16 

First source employment; district^ Law; 19r8£: 

Tax automated system, contract Nor -,■■•,,, *■ 
DCTO-2009-C-0253, payment^ Act; 19-61 

UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION ;k 

Generally, Act 19-264 ; . .; ?! d ■>. ,v.-..:/ X 

Appropriations, Acts 19-124, f , 

19-231; Law 19-40 i 

Extension,- federal funds > Acts 19-67,-. 

19-112; Law 19-16 

UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION 

EXTENDED BENEFITS CONTINUATION 
AMENDMENT ACT 

Congressional Review Emergency Act, , 
Act 19-112 ■',"../ . ^ ;■;,':;"..,. „';,-. 
Emergency Act, Act 119-67 , .'■ jui ;■■[■ .;■■.;: 
Temporary Act, Law 19-16 

UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION , 
FEDERALLY FUNDED EXTENDED 
BENEFITS MAXIMIZATION EMERGENCY 
AMENDMENT ACT 

Generally, Act 19^264 ; " 'yV. ■'■'■, ;.'-.' ::Y 

UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION FUNDS 
APPROPRIATION AUTHORIZATION ACT 

Congressional Review Emergency Act, . , ■> ■'.') 

Act 19-231 r ; ,: 

Emergency Act, Act 19-124 
Temporary Act, Law 19-40' y ; . r ■$ y^ ; ; : 

UNIFORM FOREIGN COUNTRY MONEY ? 

JUDGMENTS RECOGNITION ACT t f . 
Generally, Law 19-86 , ■:,' ....., ; ; u 

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UNIFORM MILITARY AND OVERSEASWPTrA 

ERS EMERGENCY ACT : ,, ■*. »fi 
Generally, Act 19-230; Law 19-88 ,i? f j- r ,. f ;. ..; 

UNISON HEALTH PLAN Hi Air 

Contract No. DCHC-2008-D-5054; payment, , 

Act, 19-142 , ..." ' '""■".' "'. : ^ 0; ; {>> ; 

UNITED HOUSE OF PRAYER FOR ALL r 
PEOPLE REAL PROPERTY TAX )f ,„,. 
EXEMPTION ACT v 

Generally, Law 19-51,; ( , ... ,i ), .v-,! 

UNITY HEALTH CARE, INC. :_.,'; j ^ 

Contract No. DCHC-2008-C-9091, payment, -.,. 
Act 19-23 | , k f 

UNIVERSAL HOLINESS CHURCH REAL 
PROPERTY TAX RELIEF AND 
EXEMPTION ACT 

Generally, Law 19-21 7. 7 ',' ' ^ . ;i r cv ^)r V ,< 

UNIVERSITIES n , -, ; 

Prekindergarteri, grants,:; Act ,19-4. . . .•,--.■} 

UNIVERSITY OF THE DISTRICXPF - w t win 
COLUMBIA NONRESIDENT TUiT!pr| M r 
AMENDMENT AC^^; , : ^ /VbUi 

Generally, Law 19-21 i: ; ,. .;■:■$ • ^. 



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Shaw school, plans and specifications, ■ '^o^y 

, . ::t >\ ■?"!,•.■ ■.•'...•'r»iij;i'n r - 



Act 19-220 



utilities ■-,,■"< nr-n-r-i 

Public Utilities, generally, this index' ^ 77 , f 
VAULT TAX CLARIFICATION AMENDMENT 

act . ■■:■■;;;■ '-^y:' 

Generally, Law 19-78 7 '7;?' r 7 ; " ; 

VEHICLES ' ' " 

Motor Vehicles, generally, this index , ( , . 

VOTERS AND VOTING . ^ ( 

Elections, generally, this index 

wagk a; ..'.'. .;' '..'. '':',?: .'\;.^™ : " Jy ' 

Compensation and Salaries, generally/ this 

.index '' v/....t ./ihrwiDr- 

WALTER REED ARMY MEDICAL £eMtEI3 M ' i: *J 
District buildings, district purchasing, '&&&$-) 
tions, Act 19-127 

■■■.rji. v ■.:■-.,, ■■;■,.: v..,:.: ;; ,>■ ■ m j ta;/]F5/\<; -^ji 

WARD ONE ENHANCED RESIDENTIAL ' 

PARKING PROGRAM 

Rules and regulations', Law 19-65]^, 'JA\T, ? 5HT 

',.'.'":. ^ ... v'ii '. ' . .■■' --'' l ,\;i9 
WARD REDISTRICTING AMENDMENTACTi >I > 

Generally, Law 19-38 
Emergency Act, Act 19-218 IR^HT 

Temporary Act, Law 19^92; ^ ^/\ .rlis'nn'Ji) 



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WASHINGTON BALLET EQUITABLE REAL 

PROPERTY TAX RELIEF ACT 
Generally, Law 19-77 

WASHINGTON HOSPITAL CENTER 
CORPORATION WASHINGTON 
HOSPITAL CENTER 

Contract No. NFPHC-100, payment, 
Act 19-78 

WATER STREET 
Closing, Law 19-19 

WAYNE PLACE SENIOR LIVING LIMITED 
PARTNERSHIP TAX RELIEF 
AMENDMENT ACT 

Generally, Law 19-21 

WEAPONS 

Concealment, Act 19-261; Law 19-120 
Microstamping, Act 19-45 
Registration, gun offenders, Act 19-45 
Waiting periods, Act 19-69 

WEBSTER GARDENS, LP 

Contract No. 0104-2010C, payment, 
Act 19-70 

WELLS FARGO BANK, N.A. 

Contract No. CFOP-ll-C-024, payment, 
Act 19-87 



WILLIAM 0. LOCKRIDGE WAY DESIGNA- 
TION ACT 
Generally, Law 19-85 

WITHHOLDING TAX ON DISTRIBUTIONS 

FROM RETIREMENT ACCOUNTS ACT 
Generally, Law 19-21 

WOMEN 

Pregnancy, food, grants, Act 19-258 

WORKERS COMPENSATION 

District officers and employees, 
Act 19-158; Law 19-69 

WORKFORCE INTERMEDIARY 

ESTABLISHMENT AND REFORM OF 
FIRST SOURCE AMENDMENT ACT 

Generally, Law 19-84 

WORKFORCE INTERMEDIARY TASK FORCE 
ESTABLISHMENT ACT 

Emergency Act, Act 19-131 
Second Emergency Act, Act 19-167 
Temporary Act, Law 19-55 

WRESTLING 

Cigarettes and cigars, exemptions, 
Act 19-157; Law 19-53 



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