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This Act revises Delaware’s death penalty statute to ensure its compliance with the ledderhose disease treatment United States Constitution, as interpreted by the United State Supreme Court in Hurst ledderhose disease treatment v. Florida, and by the Delaware Supreme Court in Rauf v. State. In accord with those cases, this Act will require that before a death sentence can ledderhose disease treatment be imposed, a jury (unless the Defendant waives their right to one) must first determine unanimously and beyond a reasonable doubt:

This Act also narrows the scope of the most commonly ledderhose disease treatment used statutory aggravating circumstances – those applicable in cases involving defendants with previous convictions for ledderhose disease treatment violent felonies and murders committed during the commission of other ledderhose disease treatment enumerated felonies. Several other statutory aggravating circumstances have been combined to eliminate ledderhose disease treatment duplication, eliminated entirely, or otherwise clarified.

This Act amends Section 3001(d)(1) of Title 14 to require that the Department of Education ledderhose disease treatment ensure that the standards of the Delaware Stars for Early ledderhose disease treatment Success system are consistent with the regulations of the Office ledderhose disease treatment of Child Care Licensing. It also removes the Office of Child Care Licensing from ledderhose disease treatment the Department of Services for Children, Youth and Their Families and puts it within the Department ledderhose disease treatment of Education to facilitate that consistency.

This bill: (1) increases the number of directors on the Board and allows ledderhose disease treatment the Board to appoint four additional directors; (2) implements clarifying language; (3) sunsets the former Advisory Council to replace it with a ledderhose disease treatment subcommittee structure to allow greater participation from members of the ledderhose disease treatment public and to allow the Corporation to appoint and receive ledderhose disease treatment assistance and expertise from a greater variety of experts; and (4) allows the Board of Directors to amend the Certificate of ledderhose disease treatment Incorporation with approval from the General Assembly.

This bill addresses the Behavioral and Mental Health Commission and ledderhose disease treatment functionally narrows its scope to peer review responsibilities. This peer review function provides independent oversight to Delaware’s mental health system without authority to force changes on ledderhose disease treatment the State. Much of the current broader responsibilities of the larger Commission ledderhose disease treatment overlap with the Governor’s Advisory Committee to DSAMH. The proposed changes do not replace or eliminate the Addiction ledderhose disease treatment Action Committee. This is merely to ensure that all commissions and committees ledderhose disease treatment have their own discrete area in which to focus.

This bill allows a person who is arrested or convicted ledderhose disease treatment of any crime, except a violent felony, which was a direct result of being a victim of ledderhose disease treatment human trafficking may file an application or for a pardon ledderhose disease treatment or expungement or make a motion to vacate judgment. This bill also makes changes to the Human Trafficking Interagency ledderhose disease treatment coordinating by adding another member of the judicial branch and ledderhose disease treatment a representative of the Department of Education. This bill also adds locations where a public awareness sign ledderhose disease treatment must be placed.

Step therapy protocols are a mechanism by which health insurance ledderhose disease treatment companies require patients to try one or more prescriptions drugs ledderhose disease treatment before coverage is provided for the actual drug prescribed by ledderhose disease treatment the patient’s health care provider. This Act creates a Step Therapy Exception Process whereby patients ledderhose disease treatment who are required by their insurance company to go through ledderhose disease treatment step therapy protocols can, under certain circumstances, bypass step therapy to obtain the initially-prescribed medication. This Act does not apply to state or federal governmental ledderhose disease treatment plans.

This concurrent resolution proclaims May 8, 2019, as “Early Childhood Advocacy Day” to affirm the importance of quality early learning for every ledderhose disease treatment citizen and every sector of our State, to celebrate the accomplishments of the past year, and to rededicate ourselves to our shared responsibility for the ledderhose disease treatment construction and support of a Delaware early childhood system that ledderhose disease treatment will positively impact children, families, communities, and workforce and economic development across the State.

This Act simplifies Delaware’s drug code with a goal of providing more fairness ledderhose disease treatment in its application. This Act removes geographic-based enhancements that disproportionately impact those living in urban areas ledderhose disease treatment as opposed to suburban and rural areas. This Act reduces the number of weight tiers from 5 ledderhose disease treatment to 3 with adjustments to accompanying sentences while retaining higher ledderhose disease treatment felony levels for weights that indicate drug dealing. This Act reflects the reality that the road to recovery ledderhose disease treatment from a drug addiction is difficult by removing automatic sentence ledderhose disease treatment enhancements based on prior drug offenses, and instead allowing discretion during sentencing to determine when a ledderhose disease treatment repeat offender requires substantive additional penalty.

Section 1 of this Act amends Section 903 of Title ledderhose disease treatment 13 of the Delaware Code. Substantively, this Act allows persons who are not married but who ledderhose disease treatment are cohabitating to jointly adopt a child that is not ledderhose disease treatment theirs. The Act also rewrites the statute so as to be ledderhose disease treatment more clearly understandable. Section 2 of this Act amends Section 951 of Title ledderhose disease treatment 13 of the Delaware Code. It allows persons who are not married but who are ledderhose disease treatment cohabitating to jointly adopt a child that is not theirs. The Act also changes the phrase "husband and wife" to "married couple."

This Act, modeled on similar laws in Virginia and Maryland, requires a health-care provider to provide notice to a patient at the ledderhose disease treatment time blood is drawn to perform a laboratory test for ledderhose disease treatment Lyme disease that explains the limitations of the test and ledderhose disease treatment instructs the patient to see their health-care provider if the patient continues to experience unexplained symptoms. This Act is consumer and patient friendly.

This Act authorizes the Division of Motor Vehicles (“Division”) to issue special registration plates to motorcycle clubs without having ledderhose disease treatment to enact a special law for each request. A motorcycle club must have 50 applications for its special ledderhose disease treatment registration plate before the Division is required to issue a ledderhose disease treatment special registration plate; however, the requirement is reduced to 25 for certain motorcycle clubs.

This Act creates a Delaware Manufactured Home Owner Attorney Fund ledderhose disease treatment ("Attorney Fund") by collecting a $0.50 monthly assessment per lot from manufactured home owners who ledderhose disease treatment rent a lot in a community governed by the Manufactured ledderhose disease treatment Home Owners and Community Owners Act. The Attorney Fund will be administered by the Department of ledderhose disease treatment Justice to contract with an attorney or agency who will ledderhose disease treatment provide legal representation and advocacy for manufactured home owners enforcing ledderhose disease treatment existing rights in disputes with community owners.

This Act is drafted so that if both this Act ledderhose disease treatment and House Bill No. 45 are enacted in 2019, the changes made by this Act will be incorporated into ledderhose disease treatment the revisions to Chapter 70 of Title 25 made by ledderhose disease treatment House Bill No. 45. Sections 1 and 2 make the same technical corrections as ledderhose disease treatment House Bill No. 45 and Sections 1 and 3 make additional technical corrections, to conform existing law to the standards of the Delaware ledderhose disease treatment Legislative Drafting Manual.

The Department of Transportation is already authorized to issue multi-trip permits for pole and piling semitrailers and double-bottom vehicles, also known as “twin trailers,” on a monthly basis. This Act authorizes the Department to also issue the permits ledderhose disease treatment on an annual basis. The existing law provides that a monthly permit must be ledderhose disease treatment issued for a specified period; an annual permit, in contrast, is not limited to a specified period.

1. The fee is based on the total of the Morphine ledderhose disease treatment Milligram Equivalent (“MME”) in each manufacturer’s products dispensed in Delaware, based upon data already reported to the Prescription Monitoring Program ledderhose disease treatment (“PMP”). The PMP data contains the mandatory reports by pharmacists of ledderhose disease treatment every prescription opioid dispensed in the State. The PMP data does not include prescription opioids administered in ledderhose disease treatment hospitals, provided directly to patients by hospice, or dispensed by veterinarians.

New daily persistent headache (NDPH) is a rare headache disorder characterized by daily and unremitting ledderhose disease treatment headaches that can last up to 3 days. Headache onset is abrupt and the throbbing, pressure-like pain is usually on both sides of the head. In order to be diagnosed with this syndrome, a patient has chronic daily headaches that are present more ledderhose disease treatment than 15 days a month for more than 3 months. The age of onset ranges from 6 to greater than ledderhose disease treatment 70 years old. It is found to be more common in females in ledderhose disease treatment both the adult and pediatric populations. Currently, there is no specific treatment for NDPH. Instead, most are treated similarly to migraines with prescriptions to opiates ledderhose disease treatment or narcotics such as gabapentin. In order to avoid the development of medication overuse or ledderhose disease treatment addiction, however, physicians do not advise patients to use pain relievers for ledderhose disease treatment more than 9 days a month even though the pain ledderhose disease treatment persists for many days more than that. Moreover, NDPH is an intractable headache disorder that is unresponsive to ledderhose disease treatment standard headache therapies.

This bill adds new daily persistent headache and chronic debilitating ledderhose disease treatment migraines to the list of chronic or debilitating medical conditions ledderhose disease treatment for which a child under 18 may qualify as a ledderhose disease treatment patient to receive marijuana oil upon certification by a physician ledderhose disease treatment in accordance with the terms of the Delaware Medical Marijuana ledderhose disease treatment Act. This bill also adds new daily persistent headache to the ledderhose disease treatment list of chronic or debilitating medical conditions that qualifies an ledderhose disease treatment adult to be eligible for the use of medical marijuana.

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