Capitol Building Maryland Register

Issue Date: February 26, 2021

Volume 48 •  Issue 5  • Pages 195— 222

IN THIS ISSUE

Governor

General Assembly

Judiciary

Regulations

Errata

Special Documents

General Notices

Pursuant to State Government Article, §7-206, Annotated Code of Maryland, this issue contains all previously unpublished documents required to be published, and filed on or before February 8, 2021 5 p.m.
 
Pursuant to State Government Article, §7-206, Annotated Code of Maryland, I hereby certify that this issue contains all documents required to be codified as of February 8, 2021.
 
Gail S. Klakring
Acting Administrator, Division of State Documents
Office of the Secretary of State

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Closing Dates for the Maryland Register

Schedule of Closing Dates and Issue Dates for the
Maryland Register .....................................................................  198

 

COMAR Research Aids

Table of Pending Proposals ...........................................................  199

 

Index of COMAR Titles Affected in This Issue

COMAR Title Number and Name                                                  Page

27        Critical Area Commission for the Chesapeake and Atlantic Coastal Bays 218

30        Maryland Institute for Emergency Medical Services
Systems (MIEMSS) .......................................................  218

 

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The Governor

ORDER OF THE GOVERNOR OF THE STATE OF
   MARYLAND

NUMBER 21-01-05-01 — Requiring Reporting of COVID-
   19 Vaccine Administration .  201

PROCLAMATION

Declaration of State of Emergency .  201

Renewal of Declaration of State of Emergency and Existence
   of Catastrophic Health Emergency — COVID-19 .  202

Termination of State of Emergency .  203

 

General Assembly

SYNOPSIS NO. 3 .  204

 

The Judiciary

COURT OF APPEALS OF MARYLAND

DISCIPLINARY PROCEEDINGS ..................................  217

 

Final Action on Regulations

27  CRITICAL AREA COMMISSION FOR THE
   CHESAPEAKE AND ATLANTIC COASTAL BAYS

CRITERIA FOR LOCAL CRITICAL AREA PROGRAM
   DEVELOPMENT

General Provisions .  218

Development in the Critical Area .  218

Habitat Protection Areas in the Critical Area .  218

Solar Energy Generating Systems .  218

DEVELOPMENT IN THE CRITICAL AREA RESULTING
   FROM STATE AND LOCAL AGENCY PROGRAMS

General Provisions .  218

State or Local Agency Actions Resulting in Major
   Development on Private Lands or Lands Owned by
   Local Jurisdictions .  218

State Agency Actions Resulting in Development on State-
   Owned Lands .  218

Commission Review, Decision Process, and Time
   Frames .  218

Appeals .  218

30  MARYLAND INSTITUTE FOR EMERGENCY
   MEDICAL SERVICES SYSTEMS (MIEMSS)

EMS OPERATIONAL PROGRAMS

Base Stations .  218

 

Errata

COMAR 09.12.01.01-1 .  219

 

Special Documents

DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES

FISHING AND BOATING SERVICES — PUBLIC
   NOTICE

Commercial Striped Bass Common Pool Gill Net Fishery
   Modifications — Effective 2/2/2021 .  220

 

General Notices

MARYLAND STATE BOARD FOR THE CERTIFICATION
   OF RESIDENTIAL CHILD CARE PROGRAM
   PROFESSIONALS

Public Meeting .........................................................................  221

Public Meeting .  221

Public Meeting .  221

Public Meeting .  221

Public Meeting .  221

STATE COLLECTION AGENCY LICENSING BOARD

Public Meeting .  221

BOARD OF DIETETIC PRACTICE

Public Meeting .........................................................................  221

HISTORIC ST. MARY’S CITY COMMISSION

Public Meeting .........................................................................  221

MARYLAND INSURANCE ADMINISTRATION

Public Meeting .  221

MARYLAND STATE LOTTERY AND GAMING CONTROL
  COMMISSION

Public Meeting .........................................................................  222

MARYLAND HEALTH CARE COMMISSION

Notice of Project Change .........................................................  222

Formal Start of Review ..  222

STANDING ADVISORY COMMITTEE ON OPIOID
   ASSOCIATED DISEASE PREVENTION AND OUTREACH
   PROGRAMS (SYRINGE SERVICES PROGRAM)

Public Meeting .  222

BOARD OF REVENUE ESTIMATES

Public Meeting .........................................................................  222

BOARD OF WATERWORKS AND WASTE SYSTEMS
   OPERATORS

Public Meeting .  222

BOARD OF WELL DRILLERS

Public Meeting .  222

WORKERS’ COMPENSATION COMMISSION

Public Meeting .  222

GOVERNOR’S WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT BOARD

Public Meeting .  223

 

 

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CLOSING DATES AND ISSUE DATES THROUGH JANUARY 2022

 

Issue
Date

Emergency

and Proposed

Regulations

5 p.m.*

Notices, etc.

10:30 a.m.

Final

Regulations

10:30 a.m.

2021

March 12

February 22

March 1

March 3

March 26

March 8

March 15

March 17

April 9

March 22

March 29

March 31

April 23

April 5

April 12

April 14

May 7

April 19

April 26

April 28

May 21

May 3

May 10

May 12

June 4

May 17

May 24

May 26

June 18

May 28**

June 7

June 9

July 2

June 14

June 21

June 23

July 16

June 28

July 2**

July 7

July 30

July 12

July 19

July 21

August 13

July 26

August 2

August 4

August 27

August 9

August 16

August 18

September 10

August 23

August 30

September 1

September 24

September 3**

September 13

September 15

October 8

September 20

September 27

September 29

October 22

October 4

October 8**

October 13

November 5

October 18

October 25

October 27

November 19

November 1

November 8

November 10

December 3

November 15

November 22

November 24

December 17

November 29

December 6

December 8

2022

January 3***

December 13

December 20

December 22

January 14

December 27

January 3

January 5

January 28

January 10

January 14**

January 19

 

*   Deadlines are for submissions to DSD for publication in the Maryland Register and do not take into account the 15-day AELR review period. Due date for documents containing 8 to 18 pages is 48 hours before the date listed; due date for documents exceeding 18 pages is 1 week before the date listed.

NOTE:  ALL DOCUMENTS MUST BE SUBMITTED IN TIMES NEW ROMAN, 9-POINT, SINGLE-SPACED FORMAT. THE PAGE COUNT REFLECTS THIS FORMATTING.

** Note closing date changes.

***    Note issue date changes.

The regular closing date for Proposals and Emergencies is Monday.

 


Cumulative Table of COMAR Regulations
Adopted, Amended, or Repealed

   This table, previously printed in the Maryland Register lists the regulations, by COMAR title, that have been adopted, amended, or repealed in the Maryland Register since the regulations were originally published or last supplemented in the Code of Maryland Regulations (COMAR). The table is no longer printed here but may be found on the Division of State Documents website at www.dsd.state.md.us.

Table of Pending Proposals

   The table below lists proposed changes to COMAR regulations. The proposed changes are listed by their COMAR number, followed by a citation to that issue of the Maryland Register in which the proposal appeared. Errata pertaining to proposed regulations are listed, followed by “(err)”. Regulations referencing a document incorporated by reference are followed by “(ibr)”. None of the proposals listed in this table have been adopted. A list of adopted proposals appears in the Cumulative Table of COMAR Regulations Adopted, Amended, or Repealed.

 

03 COMPTROLLER OF THE TREASURY

 

03.02.04.01 • 48:1 Md. R. 13 (1-4-21)

 

04 DEPARTMENT OF GENERAL SERVICES

 

04.04.02.02—.06 • 48:3 Md. R. 95 (1-29-21)

04.05.01.08 • 48:3 Md. R. 95 (1-29-21)

04.05.02.02 • 48:3 Md. R. 95 (1-29-21)

 

08 DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES

 

08.02.03.03,.07,.10,.13,.14 • 48:2 Md. R. 51 (1-15-21)

08.02.15.12 • 48:2 Md. R. 53 (1-15-21)

08.02.19.04,.08 • 48:2 Md. R. 55 (1-15-21)

08.18.01.04 • 48:2 Md. R. 56 (1-15-21)

08.18.21.07 • 48:1 Md. R. 14 (1-4-21)

 

09 MARYLAND DEPARTMENT OF LABOR

 

09.03.02.08 • 48:3 Md. R. 97 (1-29-21)

                      48:4 Md. R. 190 (2-12-21) (err)

09.10.01.07 • 48:2 Md. R. 56 (1-15-21)

                      48:4 Md. R. 190 (2-12-21) (err)

09.10.01.91 • 48:2 Md. R. 57 (1-15-21)

                      48:4 Md. R. 190 (2-12-21) (err)

09.10.02.62 • 48:2 Md. R. 58 (1-15-21)

                      48:4 Md. R. 190 (2-12-21) (err)

09.12.01.01-1 • 48:2 Md. R. 59 (1-15-21) (ibr)

                         48:5 Md. R. 219 (2-26-21) (err)

09.12.31 • 47:25 Md. R. 1076 (12-4-20)

                 47:25 Md. R. 1076 (12-4-20)

09.22.01.11 • 47:26 Md. R. 1110 (12-18-20)

09.26.02.06 • 46:21. R. 898 (10-11-19)

09.29.01.02 • 47:19 Md. R. 851 (9-11-20)

09.37.03.01—.09 • 47:26 Md. R. 1111 (12-18-20)

 

10 MARYLAND DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH

 

     Subtitles 01—08 (1st volume)

10 • 48:4 Md. R. 190 (2-12-21) (err)

10.06.01.01,01-1,.13 • 48:4 Md. R. 181 (2-12-21) (ibr)

 

     Subtitle 09 (2nd volume)

 

10.09.02.07 • 48:4 Md. R. 182 (2-12-21) (ibr)

10.09.03.04—.06 • 48:3 Md. R. 99 (1-29-21)

10.09.03.07 • 47:23 Md. R. 983 (11-6-20)

10.09.04.01,.03—.07 • 47:23 Md. R. 984 (11-6-20)

10.09.09.07 • 48:4 Md. R. 183 (2-12-21) (ibr)

10.09.10.01,.07,.08,.15,.19 • 48:3 Md. R. 101 (1-29-21)

10.09.12.04,.07 • 48:3 Md. R. 99 (1-29-21)

10.09.18.07 • 48:3 Md. R. 104 (1-29-21)

                      48:4 Md. R. 190 (2-12-21) (err)

10.09.21.06 • 47:23 Md. R. 986 (11-6-20)

10.09.36.01,.08,.09 • 47:24 Md. R. 1035 (11-20-20)

10.09.76.03,.06 • 48:4 Md. R. 183 (2-12-21)

10.09.77.06 • 47:23 Md. R. 986 (11-6-20)

10.09.89.02—.04,.09—.12 • 48:4 Md. R. 184 (2-12-21)

10.09.92.08 • 48:3 Md. R. 104 (1-29-21)

                      48:4 Md. R. 190 (2-12-21) (err)

 

     Subtitles 10 — 22 (3rd Volume)

 

10.10.13.12 • 48:3 Md. R. 105 (1-29-21)

10.13.04.01—.03 • 48:4 Md. R. 186 (2-12-21)

 

     Subtitles 23—36 (4th volume)

 

10.27.01.01,.05,.10 • 47:23 Md. R. 987 (11-6-20)

 

     Subtitles 37—68 (5th volume)

 

10.37.10.26 • 48:1 Md. R. 15 (1-4-21)

10.38.07.02 • 47:22 Md. R. 941 (10-23-20)

10.52.12.05 • 48:3 Md. R. 105 (1-29-21)

10.58.01.01—.10 • 47:23 Md. R. 993 (11-6-20)

10.58.07.02—.16 • 47:24 Md. R. 1036 (11-20-20)

10.58.12.01—.10 • 47:23 Md. R. 993 (11-6-20)

10.58.13.01—.08 • 47:24 Md. R. 1036 (11-20-20)

10.58.14.01—.08 • 47:24 Md. R. 1036 (11-20-20)

10.60.01.01,.03—.05 • 48:4 Md. R. 187 (2-12-21)

10.60.02.01,.04 • 48:4 Md. R. 187 (2-12-21)

10.60.03.01—.03 • 48:4 Md. R. 187 (2-12-21)

10.60.04.02 • 48:4 Md. R. 187 (2-12-21)

10.62.01.01 • 47:22 Md. R. 942 (10-23-20)

10.62.15.06 • 47:22 Md. R. 942 (10-23-20)

10.62.17.02,.03 • 47:22 Md. R. 942 (10-23-20)

10.62.23.01 • 47:22 Md. R. 942 (10-23-20)

10.62.24.01 • 47:22 Md. R. 942 (10-23-20)

10.62.29.01 • 47:22 Md. R. 942 (10-23-20)

10.62.34.09 • 47:22 Md. R. 942 (10-23-20)

10.62.35.01 • 47:22 Md. R. 942 (10-23-20)

10.62.37.01—.21 • 47:22 Md. R. 942 (10-23-20)

10.64.02.01—.03 • 47:23 Md. R. 1002 (11-6-20)

10.67.04.03 • 47:23 Md. R. 1004 (11-6-20)

 

11 DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

 

     Subtitles 01—10

 

11.03.01..01-1,.12 • 48:2 Md. R. 60 (1-15-21) (ibr)

11.03.02.10 • 48:2 Md. R. 60 (1-15-21)

11.04.17.04 • 47:25 Md. R. 1077 (12-4-20)

 

13A STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION

 

13A.02.06.06 • 48:3 Md. R. 106 (1-29-21)

13A.04.02.01—.06 • 48:1 Md. R. 17 (1-4-21)

13A.04.10.01,.02 • 48:1 Md. R. 18 (1-4-21) (ibr)

 

13B MARYLAND HIGHER EDUCATION COMMISSION

 

13B.08.11.02—.04 • 48:2 Md. R. 62 (1-15-21)

 

14 INDEPENDENT AGENCIES

 

14.22.01.02,.07,.17 • 48:2 Md. R. 62 (1-15-21)

 

15 MARYLAND DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE

 

15.01.05.02,.05 • 48:1 Md. R. 19 (1-4-21)

 

16 DEPARTMENT OF JUVENILE SERVICES

 

16.16.01.03 • 47:26 Md. R. 1114 (12-18-20)

 

21 STATE PROCUREMENT REGULATIONS

 

21.07.02.12 • 48:1 Md. R. 21 (1-4-21)

21.11.16.01—.03 • 48:1 Md. R. 21 (1-4-21)

 

26 DEPARTMENT OF THE ENVIRONMENT

 

     Subtitles 01—07 (Part 1)

 

26.03.13.03 • 48:2 Md. R. 63 (1-15-21)

                      48:3 Md. R. 107 (1-29-21) (err)

 

     Subtitles 08—12 (Part 2)

 

26.08.03.01 • 47:25 Md. R. 1079 (12-4-20)

 

     Subtitles 13 — 18 (Part 3)

 

26.13.01.03,.05 • 48:3 Md. R. 107 (1-29-21)

26.13.02.04-4,.04-5,.05,.19,.19-2 • 48:3 Md. R. 107 (1-29-21)

26.13.03.01,.01-1,.02,.02-1,.02-2,.03,.03-1—.03-11,.05,.05-1—
     .05-5,.06
• 48:3 Md. R. 107 (1-29-21)

26.13.05.01,.03,.05 • 48:3 Md. R. 107 (1-29-21)

26.13.06.01 • 48:3 Md. R. 107 (1-29-21)

26.13.10.02,.10,.14,.25 • 48:3 Md. R. 107 (1-29-21)

26.17.04.05 • 47:24 Md. R. 1053 (11-20-20)

 

30 MARYLAND INSTITUTE FOR EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES SYSTEMS (MIEMSS)

 

30.08.11.01—.14 • 48:3 Md. R. 128 (1-29-21)

30.08.18.01—.14 • 48:3 Md. R. 131 (1-29-21)

30.09.01.02 • 48:1 Md. R. 23 (1-4-21)

30.09.12.02—.06 • 48:1 Md. R. 23 (1-4-21)

 

The Governor

ORDER OF THE GOVERNOR OF THE STATE OF MARYLAND

NUMBER 21-01-05-01

Requiring Reporting of COVID-19 Vaccine Administration

 

WHEREAS, A state of emergency and catastrophic health emergency was proclaimed on March 5, 2020, and renewed on March 17, April 10, May 6, June 3, July 1, July 31, August 10, September 8, October 6, October 30, November 25, and December 23, 2020, to control and prevent the spread of COVID-19 within the state, and the state of emergency and catastrophic health emergency still exists;

 

WHEREAS, COVID-19, a respiratory disease that spreads easily from person to person and may result in serious illness or death, is a public health catastrophe and has been confirmed throughout Maryland;

 

WHEREAS, The U.S. Food & Drug Administration has authorized two vaccines for the prevention of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) caused by severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2);

 

WHEREAS, To effectively control, and ultimately terminate, the public emergency, it is necessary to ensure that COVID-19 vaccines are being administered in Maryland; and

 

WHEREAS, It is necessary for the State to have up-to-date information about the administration of COVID-19 vaccines, to effectively oversee the efficient use and distribution of such vaccines in Maryland;

 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, LAWRENCE J. HOGAN, JR., GOVERNOR OF THE STATE OF MARYLAND, BY VIRTUE OF THE AUTHORITY VESTED IN ME BY THE CONSTITUTION AND LAWS OF MARYLAND, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO TITLE 14 OF THE PUBLIC SAFETY ARTICLE, AND IN AN EFFORT TO CONTROL AND PREVENT THE SPREAD OF COVID-19 WITHIN THE STATE, DO HEREBY ORDER:

     I. Definitions.  As used herein, the following terms have the following meaning:

          a. “Employer” means a person employing a Provider.

          b. “HG” means the Health-General Article of the Maryland Code.

          c. “ImmuNet” has the meaning provided in HG § 18-109(a)(4).

          d. “Provider” means (i) a health care provider, as defined in HG § 18-109(a)(3); and (ii) any other person who administers a COVID-19 vaccination.

     II. Reporting Requirements. 

          a. For each COVID-19 vaccination administered in Maryland, the Provider thereof shall give notice of such vaccination to the Maryland Department of Health via ImmuNet within 24 hours after administration thereof.

          b. If a Provider administers a COVID-19 vaccination in the course of the Provider’s employment by an Employer, the Employer is jointly and severally responsible for the Provider’s compliance with paragraph II.a of this Order.

          c. Compliance with paragraph II.a of this Order with respect to a COVID-19 vaccination also satisfies HG § 18-109(d)(6)(i)3 with respect to that COVID-19 vaccination.

     III. General Provisions.

          a. Without limiting any other penalties or remedies that may be available, violation of this Order may result in, as applicable:

              i. Discipline under § 1-219 of the Health Occupations Article;

              ii. Other disciplinary action by the appropriate licensing entity having authority over a Provider or Employer; and/or

              iii. Suspension or termination of the Provider’s and/or the Employer’s participation in the COVID-19 Vaccination Program.

          b. This Order remains effective until after termination of the state of emergency and the proclamation of the catastrophic health emergency has been rescinded, or until rescinded, superseded, amended, or revised by additional orders.

          c. The effect of any statute, rule, or regulation of an agency of the State or a political subdivision inconsistent with this order is hereby suspended to the extent of the inconsistency.

          d. The underlined paragraph headings in this Order are for convenience of reference only and shall not affect the interpretation of this Order.

          e. If any provision of this Order or its application to any person, entity, or circumstance is held invalid by any court of competent jurisdiction, all other provisions or applications of the Order shall remain in effect to the extent possible without the invalid provision or application. To achieve this purpose, the provisions of this Order are severable.

 

ISSUED under my hand this 5th day of January, 2021, and effective immediately.

LAWRENCE J. HOGAN, JR.
Governor

[21-05-26]

 

PROCLAMATION

Declaration of State of Emergency

 

WHEREAS, Maryland is still subject to the effects of riots in the District of Columbia on January 6, 2021, and endangered by the reasonable possibility of impending additional riots, tumultuous conduct, commission of unlawful acts including destruction or damage of public or private property, and disturbance of the public peace from January 15, 2021, to January 21, 2021, in response to the upcoming 2021 Presidential Inauguration, which has been declared a National Special Security Event;

 

WHEREAS, The Maryland Emergency Management Agency has advised there may be a need to take protective actions to protect the lives and property of citizens expected to be impacted by these events;

 

WHEREAS, Because of the reasonable apprehension of immediate danger to public safety, and the threat of loss of life, injury, property damage or destruction, and social or economic disruption, Maryland is subject to a public emergency;

 

WHEREAS, Because of the potential impacts to Maryland of additional riots in the District of Columbia and in response to the 2021 Presidential Inauguration, and in preparation for all contingencies, an emergency exists in all jurisdictions and areas of Maryland;

 

WHEREAS, It may be appropriate to implement the emergency powers of the Governor;

 

WHEREAS, To facilitate emergency response and restoration activities, there may be a need to waive certain regulations, activate certain emergency contracts, and deploy requisite resources within provisions of Maryland law;

 

WHEREAS, Use of resources of the Maryland National Guard may be required; and

 

WHEREAS, A declaration of a state of emergency that implements the emergency powers of the Governor is a prerequisite for potential federal emergency and disaster assistance;

 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, LAWRENCE J. HOGAN, JR, GOVERNOR OF THE STATE OF MARYLAND, BY VIRTUE OF THE AUTHORITY VESTED IN ME BY THE CONSTITUTION AND THE LAWS OF MARYLAND, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO TITLES 13 AND 14 OF THE PUBLIC SAFETY ARTICLE OF THE CODE OF MARYLAND, HEREBY PROCLAIM AND ORDER THE FOLLOWING, EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY:

     A. A state of emergency exists in all Maryland counties and the City of Baltimore.

     B. The Maryland National Guard is called into State service, action, and active duty.

     C. The Maryland Emergency Management Agency and all other appropriate State authorities are authorized to activate their emergency preparedness plans and to gauge, deploy, use, and coordinate available resources in support of local jurisdictions and the citizens of Maryland.

     D. Executive Branch units are authorized during the state of emergency to, as necessary to protect the public health, welfare, or safety, and to facilitate the safe, rapid, and orderly delivery of resources and critical public safety services, take administrative or other actions including, but not limited to, the powers enumerated in Titles 13 and 14 of the Public Safety Article, such as establishing curfews or directing the control of:

          1. Ingress and egress;

          2. The movement of individuals or vehicles;

          3. The occupancy and use of premises, buildings, and vehicles;

          4. Traffic;

          5. Places of assembly;

          6. The possession, sale, carrying, and use of firearms, other dangerous weapons, and ammunition; and

          7.The storage, use, and transportation of explosives or flammable materials or liquids considered to be dangerous to public safety.

 

GIVEN Under My Hand and the Great Seal of the State of Maryland, in the City of Annapolis, this 14th day of January, 2021.

LAWRENCE J. HOGAN, JR.
Governor

 

ATTEST:

 

JOHN C. WOBENSMITH
Secretary of State

[21-05-27]

 

PROCLAMATION

Renewal of Declaration of State of Emergency and Existence of Catastrophic Health Emergency — COVID-19

 

WHEREAS, On March 5, 2020, a state of emergency and catastrophic health emergency was, pursuant to the Maryland Constitution and Laws of Maryland, including but not limited to Title 14 of the Public Safety Article, and in an effort to control and prevent the spread of COVID‑19, proclaimed within the entire State of Maryland;

 

WHEREAS, COVID-19 is a highly infectious respiratory disease that spreads easily from person to person, physically contaminates property by attaching to surfaces for prolonged periods of time, and may result in serious illness or death;

 

WHEREAS, COVID-19 is a public health catastrophe and has been confirmed in all Maryland counties;

 

WHEREAS, Rates of COVID-19 infection continue to rise in all 50 states and the risk of further spread back to Maryland remains high;

 

WHEREAS, COVID-19 infection outbreaks continue to occur in Maryland through community transmission and because of travelers returning from out-of-state;

 

WHEREAS, Since the declaration of a state of emergency and existence of a catastrophic health emergency on March 5, 2020, there have been more than 332,000 laboratory‑confirmed positive COVID-19 cases and more than 6,500 related deaths in Maryland, with increases in new confirmed cases daily;

 

WHEREAS, The proclamation declaring the emergencies was renewed on March 17, 2020, April 10, 2020, May 6, 2020, June 3, 2020, July 1, 2020, July 30, 2020, August 10, 2020, September 8, 2020, October 6, 2020, October 29, 2020, November 25, 2020, and December 23, 2020;

 

WHEREAS, The spread of COVID-19 in the state continues to pose an immediate threat to all Marylanders of extensive loss of life or serious disability;

 

WHEREAS, The emergency conditions, state of emergency, and catastrophic health emergency continue to exist;

 

WHEREAS, All levels of government in Maryland must deploy resources to protect public health and safety;

 

WHEREAS, Continued emergency response by the State is needed to maintain and further progress through the Maryland Strong: Roadmap for Recovery, including expanding COVID‑19 testing capacity, maintaining adequate patient surge capacity, supplying sufficient personal protective equipment, and executing a robust contact-tracing operation, and preparing for the deployment and administration of potential COVID-19 vaccines; and

 

WHEREAS, to reduce the spread of COVID-19, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Maryland Department of Health recommend the use of face coverings in public settings to the extent possible, continued social distancing, and avoiding large gatherings;

 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, LAWRENCE J. HOGAN, JR., GOVERNOR OF THE STATE OF MARYLAND, BY VIRTUE OF THE AUTHORITY VESTED IN ME BY THE MARYLAND CONSTITUTION AND THE LAWS OF MARYLAND, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO TITLE 14 OF THE PUBLIC SAFETY ARTICLE, AND IN AN EFFORT TO CONTROL AND PREVENT THE SPREAD OF COVID‑19 WITHIN THE STATE, HEREBY DECLARE THAT A STATE OF EMERGENCY AND CATASTROPHIC HEALTH EMERGENCY CONTINUES TO EXIST WITHIN THE ENTIRE STATE OF MARYLAND, RENEW THE MARCH 5, 2020, PROCLAMATION, AND FURTHER PROVIDE AND ORDER, EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY:

     Health care providers who act in good faith under this catastrophic health emergency proclamation, including orders issued under the proclamation by the Governor and by other State officials acting at the direction of or under delegated authority from the Governor, have the immunity provided by § 14-3A-06 of the Public Safety Article of the Maryland Code.

 

GIVEN Under My Hand and the Great Seal of the State of Maryland in the City of Annapolis, this 21st day of January, 2021.

LAWRENCE J. HOGAN, JR.
Governor

 

ATTEST:

JOHN C. WOBENSMITH
Secretary of State

[21-05-28]

 

PROCLAMATION

Termination of State of Emergency

 

WHEREAS, A state of emergency was declared on January 14, 2021, in all Maryland counties and the City of Baltimore to implement the emergency powers of the Governor and protect the lives and property of Maryland citizens; and

 

WHEREAS, The threat and danger has passed, and the emergency has been dealt with to the extent that the emergency conditions and state of emergency no longer exist;

 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, LAWRENCE J. HOGAN, JR, GOVERNOR OF THE STATE OF MARYLAND, BY VIRTUE OF THE AUTHORITY VESTED IN ME BY THE CONSTITUTION AND THE LAWS OF MARYLAND, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO TITLES 13 AND 14 OF THE PUBLIC SAFETY ARTICLE OF THE CODE OF MARYLAND, HEREBY PROCLAIM THAT THE STATE OF EMERGENCY THAT EXISTED IN ALL MARYLAND COUNTIES AND THE CITY OF BALTIMORE IS TERMINATED.

 

Given Under My Hand and the Great Seal of the State of Maryland, in the City of Annapolis, this 25th day of January, 2021.

LAWRENCE J. HOGAN, JR.
Governor

 

ATTEST:

JOHN C. WOBENSMITH
Secretary of State

[21-05-29]

 

 

The General Assembly

For additional up-to-date information concerning bills introduced in the General Assembly, log on to http://mlis.state.md.us and click on Bill Information and Status.  You may then enter a specific bill number for information about that bill.  You may also click on Senate Synopsis or House Synopsis for the most recent synopsis list for each house, or click on Synopsis Index for a listing of all bill synopses since the beginning of the legislative session.

 

SYNOPSIS NO. 3

House Bills

HB0891  Del D.M. Davis.  Higher Education - Hunger-Free Campus Grant Program - Established.

HB0892  Del Buckel.  Economic Development – Maryland Technology Infrastructure Pilot Program – Establishment.

HB0893  Del Dumais.  Foster Parents, Kinship Parents, Preadoptive Parents, and Caregivers – Right to Intervene.

HB0894  Del Haynes.  Education – Community Colleges – Collective Bargaining.

HB0895  Del Mangione.  Election Law - Polling Places at Continuing Care Retirement Communities.

HB0896  Del Mangione.  Criminal Law - Crime of Violence - Definition.

HB0897  Del Mangione.  Gaming - Sports and Event Wagering License - Maryland State Fair and Agricultural Society, Inc..

HB0898  Del McIntosh.  Operating Budget – Unanticipated Federal Funds – Authorized Uses.

HB0899  Del Bartlett.  Courts - Civil Jury Trials - Amount in Controversy.

HB0900  Del Bartlett.  Anne Arundel County - Alcoholic Beverages - Board of License Commissioners.

HB0901  Del Bartlett (AA Co Admin).  Anne Arundel County - Hotel Tax Alterations - Distribution of Revenue.

HB0902  Del Bartlett.  Constitutional Amendment - Civil Jury Trials.

HB0903  Del Bridges.  Task Force to Study the Maryland Public Guardianship Program.

HB0904  Del Bridges.  State Personnel - Collective Bargaining - Exclusive Representative Access to New Employees.

HB0905  Del Bridges.  Education - Workforce Development Sequence Scholarships - Eligibility.

HB0906  Del Carey.  Unemployment Insurance - Earned Rating Record - Waiver of Benefit Charges Due to COVID-19.

HB0907  Del Carey.  Unemployment Insurance - Study on System Reforms.

HB0908  Del Carey.  Unemployment Insurance - Employer Contributions - Payment Plans.

HB0909  Del Carey.  Maryland Healthy Working Families Act - Applicability.

HB0910  Del Lisanti.  Health Insurance – Hearing Aids for Adults – Coverage.

HB0911  Del Lisanti.  Natural Resources - Waterfowl Hunting - Susquehanna Flats.

HB0912  Del Lisanti.  Maryland Transportation Authority – Video Tolls – Collection.

HB0913  Del Bhandari.  Board of Community College Trustees for Baltimore County - Collective Bargaining - Faculty.

HB0914  Del Bhandari.  Education - Home and Hospital Teaching Program for Students - Report.

HB0915  Del Amprey.  Workgroup on Black, Latino, and Other Underrepresented Mental Health Professionals.

HB0916  Del Amprey.  Education - Public Middle and High Schools - Financial Literacy Curriculum and Graduation Requirement.

HB0917  Del Amprey.  Corrections – Restrictive Housing – Prohibition.

HB0918  Del Amprey.  Higher Education - Maryland Loan Assistance Repayment Program - Underrepresented Teachers.

HB0919  Del Bagnall.  Maryland Insurance Commissioner – Specialty Mental Health Services and Payment of Claims – Enforcement.

HB0920  Del Carr.  Open Meetings Act - Definition - Administrative Function.

HB0921  Del Long.  Baltimore County – Sewer Service Charge – Adjustment.

HB0922  Del Lierman (Chr Jt Com on Pnsns).  State Retirement and Pension System - COVID-19-Related Death Benefits - Clarification.

HB0923  Del Pena-Melnyk.  Labor and Employment – Worker Safety and Health – Injury and Illness Prevention Program.

HB0924  Del Arikan.  Real Property - Mobile Home Parks - Rent Increases.

HB0925  Del Arikan.  Workgroup on Medical Cannabis Use by Pregnant and Nursing Women.

HB0926  Del Arikan.  Criminal Law - Homicide by Vehicle or Vessel - Penalties (Josette's Law).

HB0927  Del Arikan.  Drunk and Drugged Driving - Testing - Warrants (Danshaun's Law).

HB0928  Del Arikan.  Baltimore County - Archery Hunting - Safety Zone.

HB0929  Del Arikan.  Teachers’ Pension System – Vested Allowance – Break in Service.

HB0930  Del Arikan.  Family Law - Removal of Child From Home - Meetings.

HB0931  Del Arikan.  Child Care Providers - Notice of Allegations of Child Abuse or Neglect (Aiden's Law).

HB0932  Del Arikan.  Drugged Driving - Controlled Dangerous Substance Testing - Authorized Police Officers.

HB0933  Del Bartlett.  Anne Arundel County – Transfer Tax – Housing Trust Special Revenue Fund.

HB0934  Del Bartlett.  Public Health – Chief Medical Examiner – Autopsy Findings and Conclusions.

HB0935  Del Bartlett.  Emergency Community Services Fund.

HB0936  Del Lisanti.  Hospitals and Freestanding Medical Facilities - Closing or Partial Closing - Public Notice.

HB0937  Del McIntosh.  State Lottery Fund - Maryland Humanities Council - Funding.

HB0938  Del Hill.  Real Property Transfer–on–Death Deed Task Force.

HB0939  Del Arikan.  Education - Student Education Grant Program - Established.

HB0940  The Spkr.  Gaming - Regulation of Fantasy Gaming Competitions and Implementation of Sports Wagering.

HB0941  Del Wells (BCA).  Baltimore City - Speed Limits - Establishment.

HB0942  Del Conaway.  Commercial Leases - Grounds for Termination by Tenant.

HB0943  Del Bridges.  Community Development Administration – Live Near Your School Program – Establishment.

HB0944  Del Solomon.  Growing Family Child Care Opportunities Pilot Program – Established.

HB0945  Del Carey.  Human Services - Critical Medical Needs Program - Application for Assistance.

HB0946  Del Wells.  Maryland Transit Administration - Reduced Fare Program for Opioid Treatment Center Patients - Modifications.

HB0947  Del Wells.  Maryland Transit Administration – Disabled Reduced Fare Program for Opioid Treatment Program Patients – Modifications.

HB0948  Del Wells.  Maryland Office of the Inspector General – Establishment.

HB0949  Del Washington.  Campaign Finance - Collections by Membership Entities - Noncampaign Political Activity.

HB0950  Del Washington.  Judges - Community and Cultural Awareness Training.

HB0951  Del Washington.  Income Tax Subtraction Modification – Military and Public Safety Retirement Income.

HB0952  Del Washington.  Real Property – Sale of Apartment Facilities – Rights of Qualified Organizations.

HB0953  Del Washington.  Law Enforcement – Racial Equity Audits and Coordinators.

HB0954  Del Washington.  Property Tax – Solar Energy Systems.

HB0955  Del Washington.  Election Law – Absentee Ballot Delivery and Marking.

HB0956  Del Washington.  Criminal Procedure - Law Enforcement Procedures - Use of Force.

HB0957  Del Conaway.  Business Regulation – Pawnbrokers and Pawn Transactions – Conversion of Interest Into Fees.

HB0958  Del Conaway.  Business Regulation - Pawnbrokers and Pawn Transactions - Limitation on Conversion of Interest to Fees.

HB0959  Del Conaway.  Absolute Divorce - Mutual Consent - Deadline for Ruling.

HB0960  Del Conaway.  Landlord and Tenant – Lease Agreements – Estoppel Certificates and Subordination, Non–Disturbance, and Attornment Agreements.

HB0961  Del Parrott.  Local Government - Lemonade Stands - Prohibition on Regulation by Local Law.

HB0962  Del Parrott.  Washington County - Nursing Homes and Assisted Living Programs - Essential Caregivers.

HB0963  Del Parrott.  Sales and Use Tax - Exemption - Firearm Safety Devices.

HB0964  Del Parrott.  Vehicle Laws – Driving in Right–Hand Lanes – Interstate Highways in Rural Areas.

HB0965  Del Parrott.  Congressional Districts - Standards.

HB0966  Del Parrott.  Public Safety - Handgun Qualification License - Training Exemption.

HB0967  Del Bridges (BCA).  Baltimore City - Speed Monitoring Systems - Interstate 83.

HB0968  Del Conaway.  Business Regulation – Pawnbrokers and Pawn Transactions – Interest and Fees.

HB0969  Del Carey.  Home Energy Assistance - Critical Medical Needs Program - Power to the People Pilot Program.

HB0970  Del Johnson.  Psychology Interjurisdictional Compact.

HB0971  Del Mautz.  Talbot County Speed Monitoring Systems.

HB0972  Del C. Branch.  Real Estate - Real Estate Brokerage Services - Prohibition.

HB0973  Del C. Branch.  Family Law - Grandparent Visitation.

HB0974  Prince George's County Delegation.  Prince George's County - Alcoholic Beverages - License Sanctions and Sunday Off-Sale Permits PG 317-20.

HB0975  Prince George's County Delegation.  Prince George's County - Board of Education - Student Member Voting and Member Candidacy PG 506-21.

HB0976  Del D. Jones.  Catastrophic Health Emergency – Authority of Governor – Administration of Vaccinations.

HB0977  Prince George's County Delegation.  Prince George's County - Public Safety and Behavioral Health Surcharges - Behavioral Health Programs PG 414-21.

HB0978  Prince George's County Delegation.  Prince George's County - Speed Monitoring Systems - Maryland Route 382 (Croom Road) PG 316-21.

HB0979  Prince George's County Delegation.  Prince George's County - Alcoholic Beverages - BLX License PG 318-21.

HB0980  Prince George's County Delegation.  Prince George's County - Public Ethics - Definition of Application PG 416-21.

HB0981  Prince George's County Delegation.  Prince George's County - Tax Sales - Limited Auction PG 413-21.

HB0982  Del Lehman.  Income Tax – Mechanical Insulation Installation Tax Credit.

HB0983  Del Lehman.  Nursing Homes - COVID-19 - Visitation.

HB0984  Del Impallaria.  Harford County – Alcoholic Beverages – License Limits.

HB0985  Del Impallaria.  Election Law – State Officials – Recall Election.

HB0986  Del Harrison.  Labor and Employment - Workplace Fraud Act - Rebuttable Presumption of the Employer-Employee Relationship.

HB0987  Del Qi.  Economic Development – Comprehensive Technical Assistance Program – Establishment.

HB0988  Del Rosenberg.  Horse Racing – Development of Pimlico Racing Facility Communities – Memorandum of Understanding.

HB0989  Del Krebs.  Public Safety – 9–1–1 Emergency Telephone System – Alterations.

HB0990  Del Krebs.  Maryland Department of Emergency Management – Establishment and Transfer of Maryland 9–1–1 Board.

HB0991  Del Gilchrist.  Natural Resources – Forest Mitigation Banks – Qualified Preservation.

HB0992  Del Gilchrist.  Natural Resources - Maryland Environmental Trust - Appointment of Trustees.

HB0993  Chr ENT (Dept).  Clean Water Commerce Act of 2021.

HB0994  Del Qi.  Alcoholic Beverages - Retail Delivery - Class A License Holders.

HB0995  Del Qi.  Sales and Use Tax – Restaurant Utilities – Exemption.

HB0996  Del Qi.  Alcoholic Beverages – Class A Licenses – Retail Grocery Establishments (Healthy Food Accountability Act of 2021).

HB0997  Del Metzgar.  Equal Protection for Unborn Human Life Act.

HB0998  Del Griffith.  County Boards of Education - In-Person Instruction and Related Services - Requirement.

HB0999  Del Griffith.  Adoption - Access to Birth and Adoption Records and Search, Contact, and Reunion Services.

HB1000  Del Pippy.  Estates and Trusts - Guardian of Property of Minor or Disabled Person - Prohibition on Distribution or Disbursement.

HB1001  Del Pippy.  Criminal Law – Indecent Exposure With Lascivious or Prurient Intent.

HB1002  Del Charkoudian.  Unemployment Insurance - Revisions and Required Study.

HB1003  Del Lierman.  States of Emergency - Emergency Procurement and Budget Amendments - Notice and Authorization.

HB1004  Del Crosby.  Financial Institutions - Commissioner of Financial Regulation - Credit Union Power.

HB1005  Del Crosby.  Election Law - Early Voting Centers - Number Required.

HB1006  Del Crosby.  Health Occupations – Service Members, Veterans, and Military Spouses – Temporary Licensure, Certification, and Registration.

HB1007  Del Charkoudian.  Renewable Energy Portfolio Standard and Geothermal Heating and Cooling Systems.

HB1008  Del Hill.  Failure to Pay Rent Proceedings – Sealing of Court Records.

HB1009  Del Stewart.  Mortgage Servicers - Requirements and Prohibitions During and After a State of Emergency and Catastrophic Health Emergency (Foreclosure Relief Act of 2021).

HB1010  Prince George's County Delegation.  Prince George's County - Payment in Lieu of Taxes Agreements - Low-Income Housing PG 415-21.

HB1011  Del Rosenberg.  Cigarettes, Other Tobacco Products, and Electronic Smoking Devices - Local Law Authorization.

HB1012  Del Stewart.  Labor and Employment – Reinstatement of Employment – Employees at Baltimore–Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport (BWI–Thurgood Marshall Workers’ Right to Reinstatement Act).

HB1013  Del Crosby.  General Provisions – Standard Time – Year–Round Daylight Saving Time.

HB1014  Del Qi.  Small Business COVID-19 Relief Act of 2021.

HB1015  Del Hill.  Real Property – Transfer to Heir – Exemption From Prepayment of Taxes.

HB1016  Del M. Fisher.  Calvert County - Alcoholic Beverages Licenses - Annual Fees.

HB1017  Del Beitzel.  Income Tax Credit for Venison Donation – Alterations, Extension, and Testing for Chronic Wasting Disease.

HB1018  Charles County Delegation.  Charles County – Alcoholic Beverages – Class 4 Limited Winery License.

HB1019  Del Buckel.  Sales and Use Tax - Vendor Collection Credit.

HB1020  Del Williams.  Election Law – Curbside Voting – Establishment.

HB1021  Del Pendergrass.  Health Insurance - Incentive Arrangements - Authorization.

HB1022  Del Pendergrass.  Public Health - State Designated Exchange - Clinical Information.

HB1023  Del Holmes.  Real Property – Condominiums, Homeowners Associations, and Cooperative Housing Corporations – Virtual Meetings.

HB1024  Charles County Delegation.  Charles County - Citizens Complaint Oversight Board.

HB1025  Del Terrasa.  Pesticides – Carbofuran – Collection, Disposal, and Prohibition on Possession or Storage.

HB1026  Del Wells.  Baltimore City Board of School Commissioners – Alterations.

HB1027  Del Wells (BCA).  Baltimore City – Control of the Police Department of Baltimore City.

HB1028  Del Crutchfield.  Juvenile Law - Dispositions - Placement Guidance.

HB1029  Del Crutchfield.  Juvenile Court - Jurisdiction.

HB1030  Del Saab.  State Board of Dental Examiners – Membership – Nomination and Appointment Process.

HB1031  Del Saab.  General Assembly - Term Limits.

HB1032  Del Cullison.  Health Occupations – Licensed Direct–Entry Midwives – Previous Cesarean Section.

HB1033  Del Cullison.  Office of Health Care Quality – Influenza Virus Immunization Education and Information – Assisted Living Facilities.

HB1034  Del Cullison.  Prescription Drug Affordability Board - Plan of Action - Repeal of Date for Submission.

HB1035  Del Atterbeary.  State Government – Attorney General – Independent Law Enforcement Prosecution Unit.

HB1036  Del Atterbeary.  Child Custody – Cases Involving Child Abuse or Domestic Violence – Training for Judges and Child’s Counsel.

HB1037  Del M. Fisher.  Election Law - Websites - Reporting of Political Censorship.

HB1038  Del Palakovich Carr.  State Board of Elections – Membership, Contract Management, Ballot Drop Boxes, and Voting System Financing.

HB1039  Del Kelly.  Health Occupations – State Board of Massage Therapy Examiners – Revisions.

HB1040  Del Kelly.  Health Occupations - Pharmacists - Administration of Vaccinations.

HB1041  Del Kelly.  Health Occupations Boards - Uniform Reporting.

HB1042  Del Rosenberg.  Baltimore City – Property Tax Credit – Newly Constructed and Substantially Rehabilitated Dwellings.

HB1043  Del Rosenberg.  Local Health Services – Funding and Infrastructure.

HB1044  Washington County Delegation.  Washington County - Business Licenses - Zoning Certification Requirement.

HB1045  Del Wivell.  Labor and Employment - Elective Medical Procedures - Employee Protections.

HB1046  Del Rosenberg.  Vehicle Laws - Policies and Prohibition Against Discriminatory Traffic Stops.

HB1047  Del Wilkins.  Mail–In Voting Enhancement Act.

HB1048  Del Wilkins.  Election Law - Permanent Absentee Ballot List.

HB1049  Del Wilkins.  Police Qualified Immunity and Accountability Act.

HB1050  Del Rosenberg.  Tax Sales – Notices.

HB1051  Del Buckel.  Law Enforcement Officers' Bill of Rights - Identification Tags and Badges - Name Requirement.

HB1052  Del Buckel.  Income Tax – Subtraction Modification – Trade or Business Expenses Resulting in Federal Loan Forgiveness.

HB1053  Del B. Barnes.  Operating Budget - Education Programs - Mandated Funding.

HB1054  Del B. Barnes.  Education - Maryland School for the Blind - Pay Plan.

HB1055  Del B. Barnes.  Capital Budget - Legislative Initiatives - Alterations.

HB1056  Del Stein.  Nonpublic Schools - Adequate Health Services - Eligibility for Reimbursement.

HB1057  Del Buckel.  Sales and Use Tax – Rate Reduction.

HB1058  Del Stewart.  Public Ethics - Disclosures, Training, and Use of Confidential Information (Integrity in High Office Act).

HB1059  Al Co Deleg and Gar Co Deleg.  Allegany and Garrett Counties - Alcoholic Beverages - Gift Basket Permits.

HB1060  Del Patterson.  Charles County - Board of Education - Membership Alterations.

HB1061  Charles County Delegation.  Southern Maryland – Multifamily Dwelling Registration – Fees and Fines.

HB1062  Del D. Jones.  Education - Student Data Privacy - Reports and Student Data Privacy Council Sunset Extension.

HB1063  Del Reznik.  Insurance - Medicare Supplement Policy Plans - Open Enrollment Period Following Birthday.

HB1064  Del Reznik.  Commercial Law - Maryland Net Neutrality Act of 2021.

HB1065  Del Holmes.  Bond Authority – Maryland State Ceiling and Housing Bond Allocations.

HB1066  Del Feldmark.  Local Public Campaign Financing - Expansion to Additional Offices.

HB1067  Del Feldmark.  Community College Tuition and Residency Waivers - Funding.

HB1068  Del Feldmark.  Election Law – Absentee Ballot Canvassing – Multiple Ballots Cast by an Individual.

HB1069  Del Stewart.  Water Supply - Private Well Safety Program.

HB1070  Del Boyce.  Baltimore City – Landlord and Tenant – Repossession for Failure to Pay Rent.

HB1071  Del Hill.  Health - Health and Wellness Standards - Correctional Facilities and Health Care Facilities.

HB1072  Charles County Delegation.  Charles County – Community Service and Pretrial Release Programs – Authorization.

HB1073  Del Bridges.  Housing and Community Development - Neighborhood Revitalization - Passive House Pilot Program.

HB1074  Del R. Watson.  Vehicle Laws - Commercial Motor Carriers - Safety, Inspection, Performance, and Insurance Information (James Cohran's Law).

HB1075  Del Rosenberg.  State Fire Marshal - Investigations - Reporting Requirement.

HB1076  Del Saab.  Public Assistance Programs – Data Sharing and Review (Welfare Program Integrity Act of 2021).

HB1077  Del Saab.  Health - Licensing of Food Establishments - Exemption for Open-Air Food Markets.

HB1078  Del Terrasa.  Attorney General - Climate Change Actions - Authorization.

HB1079  Del Attar.  Admissions and Amusement Tax - Exemption - Activities That Promote Health and Physical Well-Being.

HB1080  Del Moon.  Criminal Law – Animal Cruelty – Petition for Costs for Care of Seized Animal.

HB1081  Charles County Delegation.  Southern Maryland – Human Relations Commission.

HB1082  Del Lopez.  Vehicle Laws – Enforcement and Use of Real–Time Digital Spotters.

HB1083  Del Rose.  County Health Officers - Procedures and Oversight.

HB1084  Del Rose.  Catastrophic Health Emergencies - Immunity From Civil Liability.

HB1085  Del Kaiser.  Election Law - Prohibition of Solicitation to Commit Election Crime.

HB1086  Del Kaiser.  Maryland Tax Credit Evaluation Act – Alterations.

HB1087  Del Kaiser.  Income Tax – Pass–Through Entities – State and Local Taxes.

HB1088  Del Acevero.  Nondiscrimination and LGBTQ+ Individuals.

HB1089  Del Acevero.  Primary and Secondary Education – Expansion of Mental Health Services and Prohibition of School Resource Officers (Police–Free Schools Act).

HB1090  Del Stewart.  Department of Housing and Community Development – Partnership Rental Housing Program – Alterations (Mixed–Income Housing Act of 2021).

HB1091  Del Reznik.  Emergency and Expedited Procurements – Reform.

HB1092  Del Rosenberg.  State Procurement – Emergency and Expedited Procurements – Revisions and Reporting.

HB1093  Del Palakovich Carr.  Real Property - Emergency Services and Nuisance Actions.

HB1094  Del Ruth.  Workgroup to Evaluate the Establishment of a Regional Waste Disposal Facility.

HB1095  Del Bridges.  Real Property – Residential Contract of Sale – Buyer Identification.

HB1096  Del Reilly.  Public Schools – School Psychologist Recruitment Program.

HB1097  St. Mary's County Delegation.  St. Mary's County - Local Officials - Salaries.

HB1098  Del M. Fisher.  Elected Officials – State–Owned Electric Vehicle Charging Stations – Reimbursement.

HB1099  Del Carr.  Historic African American Cemeteries Preservation Fund and Study.

HB1100  Harford County Delegation.  Harford County - Alcoholic Beverages - Gift Basket Permit.

HB1101  Del Acevero.  Maryland People’s Fund – Establishment.

HB1102  Del Wilson.  Commercial Tenants – Personal Liability Clauses – Enforceability and Landlord Relief.

HB1103  Del Wivell.  Task Force to Study Recycling and the Processing of Solid Waste.

HB1104  Del Wivell.  Primary and Secondary Education – Virtual School – Feasibility Study.

HB1105  Del Wivell.  Unemployment Insurance - Earned Rating Record - Charging of Benefits.

HB1106  Del Wivell.  Civil Actions – Immunity From Liability – COVID–19 Exposure.

HB1107  Del Hill.  Maryland Medical Assistance Program - Supplemental Rebate Program - Subscription Model for Hepatitis C Therapies.

HB1108  Del Wivell.  Washington County - Alcoholic Beverages - Special Event Permits for Wineries.

HB1109  Del Ciliberti.  Health - Abortion - Ultrasound and Waiting Period.

HB1110  Del Ciliberti.  Criminal Law - Felony Second-Degree Assault - Emergency Medical Care Workers.

HB1111  Del Wivell.  Income Tax - Itemized Deductions.

HB1112  Del Wivell.  Public Health - Maternal and Child Mortality - Review and Perinatal Hospice Services.

HB1113  Del Wivell.  Primary and Secondary Education - Education Savings Account Program - Established.

HB1114  Del Arentz.  Illegal Dumping and Litter Control Law – Yard Waste – Disposal on Highways.

HB1115  Del Wilson.  Criminal Law – Felony Murder – Limitations and Review.

HB1116  Del Wilson.  Juvenile Law - Child Custodial Interrogation - Rights.

HB1117  Del Arentz.  Kent Narrows Bridge – State Highway Right–of–Way – Fishing Prohibition.

HB1118  Del Acevero.  Health Care Facilities – Discrimination.

HB1119  Del Acevero.  Public Health - Sickle Cell Trait - Public Awareness (Journey's Law).

HB1120  Del Acevero.  Property Tax – Special Use Assessment of Country Clubs and Golf Courses – Repeal.

HB1121  Del Crutchfield.  Juvenile Services - Workgroup to Develop Evidence-Based, Research-Based, and Culturally Competent Practices.

HB1122  Del Crutchfield.  Criminal Procedure – Out of Court Statements – Child and Vulnerable Adult Victims.

HB1123  Del Reznik.  Local Health Departments – Funding.

HB1124  Del Harrison.  Higher Education - Richard W. Collins III Leadership With Honor Scholarship - Bowie State.

HB1125  Del Beitzel.  Prescription Drug Monitoring Program – Prescribers of Opioids – Notification Requirement.

HB1126  Del Beitzel.  Unemployment Insurance – Earned Rating Record – Waiver of Benefit Charges Due to COVID–19.

HB1127  Del Beitzel.  Garrett County – Memorial Hospital – Board Membership and Meetings.

HB1128  Del Beitzel.  Garrett County – Public Schools – Virtual Education Days.

HB1129  Del Krimm.  Department of Information Technology – State and Local Government Employees and Contractors – Cybersecurity Training.

HB1130  Del D. Barnes.  Higher Education – For–Profit Institutions – Standards for Operation.

HB1131  Carroll County Delegation.  Carroll County - Public Facilities Bond.

HB1132  Carroll County Delegation.  Maryland Historical Trust - Warfield Complex in Carroll County - Extinguishment or Termination of Easement.

HB1133  Del Bridges.  Tree Planting – Urban Trees Program and Commission for the Innovation and Advancement of Carbon Markets and Sustainable Tree Plantings.

HB1134  Del Carey.  Natural Resources - Fishing and Hunting Rights.

HB1135  Del Chisholm.  Environment – State Wetlands – Piers and Other Improvements.

HB1136  Del Chisholm.  Anne Arundel County - Alcoholic Beverages Licenses - Annual Fees.

HB1137  Del Kerr.  Property Tax Credit – Business Entities – State of Emergency.

HB1138  Del Carey.  Unemployment Insurance – Maryland Department of Labor – Accountability and Oversight.

HB1139  Del Carey.  Unemployment Insurance – Weekly Benefit Amount – Income Disregard.

HB1140  Del Arentz.  Election Law - Voter Registration List - Right to Nondisclosure of Personal Information.

HB1141  Del Boteler.  Baltimore County - Public Schools - Air Quality Testing.

HB1142  Howard County Delegation.  Howard County – School Redistricting – Public Testimony Ho. Co. 07-21.

HB1143  Del Carey.  Unemployment Insurance - Work Sharing (Work Share Expansion Act of 2021).

HB1144  Del Buckel.  Economic Development – Western Maryland Economic Future Investment Board and Fund – Establishment.

HB1145  Del Cox.  Election Law - Absentee Ballots - Requests and Signature Verification.

HB1146  Del Hill.  Environment - Office of Recycling - Mattresses and Box Springs.

HB1147  Del Parrott.  Traffic Control Signal Modernization Fund – Establishment.

HB1148  Del Cullison.  Secretary of Health – School–Based Health Centers – Guidelines and Administration of Grants.

HB1149  Del Cox.  Small Business Tax Relief - State of Emergency Orders.

HB1150  Del Cox.  Health - Authority of the Secretary of Health and Medical Information.

HB1151  Howard County Delegation.  Howard County - Class A Alcoholic Beverages Licenses - Quota by Election District Ho. Co. 02-21.

HB1152  Howard County Delegation.  Howard County - Alcoholic Beverages - Class B Beer, Wine, and Liquor License - Off-Premises Consumption Ho. Co. 04-21.

HB1153  Del Adams.  Names of Entities With Physician Membership – Approval Requirement – Exemption.

HB1154  Del C. Jackson.  Labor and Employment - Economic Stabilization Act - Alterations.

HB1155  Howard County Delegation.  Howard County – Alcoholic Beverages – Delivery Ho. Co. 01–21.

HB1156  Del Metzgar.  Commission on Men and Fatherhood (Fatherhood Protection Act).

HB1157  Del Thiam.  Education - Maryland High School Diploma - Civics Test Requirement.

HB1158  Del M. Fisher.  Calvert County - Training on The 1776 Report - Referendum.

HB1159  Del Thiam.  Higher Education – Community College Credits – General Education Courses.

HB1160  Calvert County Delegation.  Calvert County – Long–Term Contracts for Cellular Tower Leases.

HB1161  Del Thiam.  Income Tax - Subtraction Modification - School Supplies.

HB1162  Del Thiam.  Economic Development – Maryland Stadium Authority – Hagerstown Multi–Use Sports and Events Facility.

HB1163  Caroline County Delegation.  Caroline County – Sunday Hunting – Deer Hunting Seasons.

HB1164  Del Ghrist.  Criminal Law - Homicide by Vehicle or Vessel - Penalties.

HB1165  Del Cox.  Election Law - Manual Postelection Tabulation Audit - Timing and Effect.

HB1166  Del Ebersole.  Education – Physical Restraint and Seclusion – Requirements, Reporting, and Training.

HB1167  Del Cox.  Maryland Nondiscrimination in Health Care Coverage Act.

HB1168  Del M. Fisher.  Calvert County - Personal Property Tax - Exemption.

HB1169  Del Buckel.  Economic Development – Maryland Innovation Initiative University Expansion Pilot Program – Establishment.

HB1170  Del Szeliga.  Primary and Secondary Education - Virtual Schools - Alterations.

HB1171  Del Charles.  Labor and Employment - Maryland Employee Protection Plan for Vaccine Refusal.

HB1172  Del Hill.  Higher Education – Pay It Forward Program and Pay It Forward Fund – Established.

HB1173  Calvert County Delegation.  Calvert County - Public Facilities Bond.

HB1174  Calvert County Delegation.  State Boat Act – Removal of Vessels From Marinas – Calvert County Board of County Commissioners Facilities.

HB1175  Del Brooks.  Property Tax Credit for Disabled Veterans - Established.

HB1176  Del Hartman.  Income Tax - Credit for Travel, Hospitality, and Entertainment Expenses.

HB1177  Del Hartman.  Income Tax - Subtraction Modification - COVID-19-Related Distribution of Retirement Income.

HB1178  Del Brooks.  Income Tax – Subtraction Modification – First–Time Homebuyer Savings Accounts.

HB1179  Wicomico County Delegation.  Wicomico County - Property Tax Credit - Hotel or Residential Development.

HB1180  Del Hill.  Property Tax Credit - Airport Noise Zones - Eligibility.

HB1181  Del Guyton.  County Boards of Education - Accessibility Standards - Digital Tools (Nonvisual Access Accountability Act for Grades K-12 Education).

HB1182  Del Kipke.  Tax - Property - Tax Sales.

HB1183  Del Kipke.  Income Tax – Standard Deduction – Charitable Contributions.

HB1184  Del Cardin.  Maryland Judiciary - Personal Identifying Information - Protection.

HB1185  Del Kipke.  Public and Nonpublic Schools - Interscholastic Athletics Eligibility - Reclassification of Student Athletes.

HB1186  Del Clippinger.  Office of the Attorney General - Firearm Crime, Injuries, Fatalities, and Crime Firearms - Study Extension.

HB1187  Del Clippinger.  Juvenile Law - Juvenile Justice Reform.

HB1188  Del Barron.  Office of the Attorney General – Correctional Ombudsman.

HB1189  Howard County Delegation.  Howard County Board of Education - School Safety Personnel Ho. Co. 10-21.

HB1190  Howard County Delegation.  Howard County – Board of Education – Redetermination of Geographic Attendance Area Ho. Co. 05-21.

HB1191  Howard County Delegation.  Howard County – Alcoholic Beverages – Alcoholic Beverages Inspectors Ho. Co. 03-21.

HB1192  Del Parrott.  Election Law – Signature Verification of Absentee Ballots and Absentee Ballot Applications and Ballot Canvassing.

HB1193  Del Adams.  Certified Nursing Assistants – Certificate Renewal – Training Program Requirements.

HB1194  Dorchester County Delegation.  Charter and Code Home Rule Counties – County Property Leases – Notice Exemptions.

HB1195  Del Adams.  Income Tax - Credits for Preceptors in Areas With Health Care Workforce Shortages - Eligibility and Sunset Repeal.

HB1196  Del Adams.  Commercial Law - Credit Regulation - Reverse Mortgage Loans Act - Revisions.

HB1197  Del Boteler.  Baltimore County Board of Education - Legal Counsel and Chief Budget Analyst.

HB1198  Del Cox.  Public Health - Abortion - Drug-Induced Abortions.

HB1199  Del Valderrama.  Workers’ Compensation – Occupational Disease Presumptions – COVID–19.

HB1200  Del Luedtke.  Digital Advertising Gross Revenues Tax - Exemption and Restriction.

HB1201  Del Conaway.  Real Property - Residential Lease Provisions - Responsibility of Tenant for Maintenance and Repair.

HB1202  Del Wilkins.  Hospitals and Birth Centers - COVID-19 Visitation Policies - Doulas.

HB1203  Del Belcastro.  Certificates of Birth and Marriage Certificates - Issuance of New Certificates - Sex Designation.

HB1204  Del Ruth.  Equity in Transportation Sector – Guidelines and Analyses (Transportation Equity Analyses and Assurances Act of 2021).

HB1205  Del Mautz.  Elections - 2020 Presidential General Election - Report on Use of Mail-in Ballots.

HB1206  Del Mautz.  Public Health - COVID-19-Related Order Violations - Notice.

HB1207  Del Bridges.  Environment - Commission on Environmental Justice and Sustainable Communities - Reform.

HB1208  Del Solomon.  Task Force to Study Academic Credit for Prior Learning in Higher Education.

HB1209  Del Luedtke.  Sales and Use Tax - Peer-to-Peer Car Sharing - Alterations.

HB1210  The Spkr.  Corporate Diversity - Board, Executive Leadership, and Mission.

HB1211  Del D. Barnes.  Economic Development – Maryland Technology Development Corporation – Pre–Seed Builder Fund.

HB1212  Del Washington.  Procurement - Socially and Economically Disadvantaged Workers' Protection Preference.

HB1213  Del Queen.  Financial Institutions - Determination of Creditworthiness - Alternative Methods.

HB1214  Del Wilson.  Procurement - Transparency and Application to County Contracts.

HB1215  Del Rosenberg.  Internship Programs - Alteration, Creation, and Income Tax Credit.

HB1216  Del Rosenberg.  Human Relations - Public Accommodation Discrimination - Enforcement and Remedies.

HB1217  Del Conaway.  Baltimore City - Tax Sales - Owner-Occupied Residential Property.

HB1218  Del Conaway.  Landlord and Tenant – Estoppel Certificates – Notice of Receipt by Landlord.

HB1219  Del Conaway.  Baltimore City - Tax Sales - Notice.

HB1220  Del Conaway.  Landlord and Tenant – Cancellation or Renewal of Lease – Notification Requirement.

HB1221  Del Conaway.  Baltimore City - Tax Sales - Water and Sewer Liens.

HB1222  Del Conaway.  Baltimore City - Tax Sales - Notice Requirements.

HB1223  Del Lehman.  Landlord and Tenant - Screening of Tenants and Renewal of Tenancy - Standards.

HB1224  Del Pippy.  Gaming - Sports and Event Wagering License - Long Shot's.

HB1225  Del Conaway.  Business Regulation – Cash Transactions During National Coin Shortage.

HB1226  Del Lisanti.  Municipal Incorporation - County Commissioners or County Council - Required Approval of Referendum Request.

HB1227  Del Rosenberg.  Public Safety - Task Force on Preventing and Countering Domestic Terrorism.

HB1228  Del Lisanti.  Election Law - Ballot Drop Boxes - Prohibited Acts.

HB1229  Del Lisanti.  Public Ethics - Local Officials - Electronic Filing of Financial Disclosure Statements.

HB1230  Del Lisanti.  Income Tax - Subtraction Modification - Computer Equipment.

HB1231  Del Brooks.  Public Service Commission - Damaged, Obsolete, or Excessive Lines - Fines.

HB1232  Del Brooks.  Alcoholic Beverages - Manufacturer's Licenses and Off-Site Permits.

HB1233  Del Feldmark.  Correctional Services - Inmates - Intake and Release Requirements (Reentry Success Act of 2021).

HB1234  Del Feldmark.  Homeowners’ Property Tax Credit – Eligibility and Automatic Renewal.

HB1235  Del Brooks.  Commercial Law – Consumer Protection – Entertainment Events and Ticketing Practices.

HB1236  Del Kipke.  Office of the Attorney General - Violent Crimes Special Prosecution Unit for Baltimore City.

HB1237  Del Korman.  Budget Bill – Appropriations Statement – Memorandum of Understanding for State Personnel.

HB1238  Del Forbes.  Maryland 529 Program - Board Authority and State Contribution - Alterations.

HB1239  Del Lierman.  Department of Housing and Community Development – Appraisal Gap From Historic Redlining Financial Assistance Program – Establishment.

HB1240  Frederick County Delegation.  Frederick County - Alcoholic Beverages - Stadium License.

HB1241  Frederick County Delegation.  Frederick County - Alcoholic Beverages - Class B Licenses - Off-Premises Consumption.

HB1242  Frederick County Delegation.  Frederick County - Alcoholic Beverages - Consumption Permits.

HB1243  Del Sample-Hughes.  Behavioral Health Services and Voluntary Placement Agreements – Children and Young Adults – Report Modifications.

HB1244  Del Sample-Hughes.  State Procurement - Concrete - Preference.

HB1245  Del Washington.  Guaranteed Access Grant and Next Generation Scholars of Maryland – Alterations.

HB1246  Del Attar.  Vehicle Excise Tax - Leased Vehicles - Alteration.

HB1247  Del Washington.  Workers' Compensation - Occupational Disease Presumptions - COVID-19.

HB1248  Del Washington.  Public Safety – Law Enforcement Officer – Data Collection and Reporting.

HB1249  Del Washington.  State Board of Elections and Local Boards of Elections - Membership and Staff.

HB1250  Del Malone.  Task Force to Study the Laws of Intestacy in Maryland.

HB1251  Del Washington.  Motor Vehicle Insurance – Rate Filings – Discrimination, Trade Secrets, and States of Emergency.

HB1252  Del Sample-Hughes.  Income Tax - Credits for Preceptors in Areas With Health Care Workforce Shortages.

HB1253  Del Washington.  National Capital Strategic Economic Development Program - Eligibility.

HB1254  Del Ivey.  Public School Employees - Whistleblower Protection - Civil Actions.

HB1255  Del Ivey.  Homestead and Homeowners' Property Tax Credits - Access and Eligibility.

HB1256  Del K. Young.  Maryland Department of Health – Gene Synthesis Providers and Manufacturers of Gene Synthesis Equipment – Certification.

HB1257  Del Hornberger.  Business Personal Property Tax – Businesses Affected by COVID–19 Restrictions – Reimbursement.

HB1258  Del Kipke.  Health Enterprise Zones - Established (Restoring the Promise Act of 2021).

HB1259  Cecil County Delegation.  Horse Racing – Fair Hill Natural Resources Management Area.

HB1260  Del Malone.  Congressional Districts - Standards (Anti-Gerrymandering of Maryland's Congressional Districts).

HB1261  Del W. Fisher.  Wills, Powers of Attorney, and Advance Directives – Electronic Execution.

HB1262  Del Hornberger.  Maryland Electricians Act - Revisions.

HB1263  Del Rosenberg.  Maryland Department of Health – COVID–19 Vaccination Plan.

HB1264  Del W. Fisher.  Estates and Trusts – Administration of Estates – Payment of Commissions and Attorney’s Fees.

HB1265  Del W. Fisher.  State Government - Notarial Acts - Remote Notarizations.

HB1266  Del W. Fisher.  Estates and Trusts - Wills - Custodianship.

HB1267  Del Henson.  Workgroup on Public Water Access.

HB1268  Del Henson.  Legal Education Success Collaborative - Established.

HB1269  Del W. Fisher.  Criminal Procedure - Expungement of Records - Waiting Period.

HB1270  Frederick County Delegation.  Frederick County – Barbershop and Beauty Salon Beer and Wine Licenses – Alterations.

HB1271  Del Turner.  Special Education - Student Evaluation - Identification of Traumatic Brain Injury.

HB1272  Frederick County Delegation.  Frederick County - Alcoholic Beverages - Alcohol by Volume - Wine.

HB1273  Del Conaway.  Real Property – Commercial Lease Addendum – Liquidated Damages.

HB1274  Del Conaway.  Retail Pricing – Required Disclosure and Manner of Disclosure.

HB1275  Del Lisanti.  Maryland Automobile Insurance Fund – Liability Insurance – School Bus Contractors.

HB1276  Del Henson.  Maryland Emergency Management Agency – Emergency Planning and Management Cultural Competency – Study.

HB1277  Del Henson.  State Personnel Management System – Office of the Public Defender – Placement.

HB1278  Del Ebersole.  Department of Legislative Services - Study - Capacity and Accountability of State Department of Education.

HB1279  Del Luedtke.  Regional Institution Strategic Enterprise Zone Program - Alterations.

HB1280  Del Pena-Melnyk.  Health - Maryland Community Health and Public Safety Center of Excellence - Establishment.

HB1281  Del W. Fisher.  Adult Protective Services - Vulnerable Adults Registry - Investigations and Records of Abuse and Neglect and Workgroup Study.

HB1282  Del Grammer.  Real Property – Nuisance Actions – Rodent Harborage.

HB1283  Del Wells.  Real Property – Residential Leases – Rent Restrictions.

HB1284  Del Acevero.  Johns Hopkins University - Police Department - Repeal.

HB1285  Howard County Delegation.  Howard County - Fee for Rental Housing Services - Established Ho. Co. 15-21.

HB1286  Del Grammer.  Law Enforcement Performance Measurements - Required Reporting.

HB1287  Del R. Lewis.  Alcohol and Drug Counseling - Alcohol and Drug Trainees - Practice Through Telehealth.

HB1288  Del Amprey.  Baltimore City – 40th District Alcoholic Beverages.

HB1289  Del Amprey.  Homestead Property Tax Credit - Notice Requirements and Application Waiver for First-Time Homebuyers.

HB1290  Del Amprey.  State Department of Assessments and Taxation – Real Property Assessments and Appeals.

HB1291  Del Amprey.  Public Safety - Untraceable Firearms.

HB1292  Del Amprey.  Baltimore City - Nursing Homes and Assisted Living Programs - Social Workers.

HB1293  Del Amprey.  Baltimore City - West North Avenue Development Authority.

HB1294  Del Charles.  Public Health - Businesses and Retail Establishments - Hand Sanitizer.

HB1295  Del Ivey.  University System of Maryland – Student Fees – Review and Retention.

HB1296  Del Walker.  Public School Students - Daily Physical Activity (Student Health and Fitness Act).

HB1297  Del Walker.  State Highways – Designations – Thurgood Marshall Highway.

HB1298  Del Walker.  Gaming - Distribution of Video Lottery Terminal Proceeds - Local Impact Grants.

HB1299  Del Walker.  Education - Public High Schools - Financial Literacy Curriculum and Graduation Requirement.

HB1300  Del Smith.  Income Tax - 529 College Investment Plans - Elementary and Secondary Education Expenses.

HB1301  Del Smith.  Baltimore City – Visit Baltimore – Appropriation Calculation.

HB1302  Del Smith.  Minority Business Enterprises – Calculation of Participation Rates – Exemption for Procurements From Maryland Correctional Enterprises – Repeal.

HB1303  Del Henson.  Small, Minority, and Women-Owned Business Financial Assistance - Use of Funds.

HB1304  Del Fraser-Hidalgo.  State Airports - Commercial Activity - Rental Vehicles and Peer-to-Peer Car Sharing.

HB1305  Del Arentz.  Condominiums - Mandatory Insurance Coverage - Alterations.

HB1306  Del Lisanti.  Maryland Cybersecurity Council - Election Security and High-Speed Internet Access.

HB1307  Del Smith.  Education – Child Care Centers and Youth Development Organizations and Programs (Support Youth Development for School–Age Children Act).

HB1308  Del Brooks.  Vehicle Laws - Delinquent Traffic Citations - Enforcement.

HB1309  Del Mangione.  Economic Development - Maryland Small Business Innovation Research Technical Assistance Program - Alterations.

HB1310  Del Rosenberg.  Clean Energy and Energy Efficiency - Investment in Low-Income Communities.

HB1311  Del Mangione.  Property Tax Exemption - Disabled Active Duty Service Members, Disabled Veterans, and Surviving Spouses - Refund.

HB1312  Del Wilkins.  COVID-19 Eviction and Housing Relief Act of 2021.

HB1313  Del Mangione.  Emergency Medical Services - Paramedics - Vaccination Administration.

HB1314  Del Adams.  Business Regulation – Social Media Websites – Censored Speech.

HB1315  Del Fraser-Hidalgo.  Motor Vehicles - Inspection Certificates - Exception.

HB1316  Del Smith.  Baltimore City – Police Officers – Promotional Appointments.

HB1317  Del Smith.  Barbers - Employment of Apprentice Barbers - Alterations.

HB1318  Del Howard.  Maryland Business Tax Relief Act.

HB1319  Del Howard.  Health Insurance - Lyme Disease and Related Tick-Borne Illnesses - Long-Term Antibiotic Treatment.

HB1320  Del Boyce.  Baltimore City - Property Taxes - Authority to Set Special Rates.

HB1321  Del Novotny.  Labor and Employment - Right to Work.

HB1322  Del Washington.  Primary and Secondary Education - School Personnel - Prohibition on Retaliation for Not Returning to In-Person Instruction and Work.

HB1323  Del Hill.  Algorithmic Decision Systems – Procurement and Discriminatory Acts.

HB1324  Del P. Young.  Tobacco Tax – Out–of–State Sales of Premium Cigars and Pipe Tobacco.

HB1325  Del Amprey.  Food Insecurity Zones – State Legislative Districts – Reports.

HB1326  Del Dumais.  Maryland Healthy Working Families Act – Revisions and Public Health Emergency Leave.

HB1327  Del Dumais.  Public Utilities - Transitional and Default Electric Service - Implementation.

HB1328  Del Feldmark.  Economic Development – Broadband Providers – Joint Trenching and Fee (Building Out Broadband Act of 2021).

HB1329  Cecil County Delegation.  Maryland Transportation Authority - John F. Kennedy Memorial Highway - Toll Plazas.

HB1330  Del Amprey.  Vehicle Laws - Towing Charges and Abandoned Vehicles.

HB1331  Del D.M. Davis.  Maryland Criminal Justice Debt Elimination and Prevention Act of 2021.

HB1332  Del Attar.  Baltimore City - Sheriff's Office - Personnel.

HB1333  Del Brooks.  Income Tax – Subtraction Modification – Essential Health Care Workers.

HB1334  Del Amprey.  Rehabilitation and Education for All Prisons (REAP) Act.

HB1335  Del Jackson.  State Prescription Drug Benefits - Retirees.

HB1336  Del Proctor.  Alcohol and Tobacco Commission – Executive Director – Clarification.

HB1337  Del Proctor.  Inmate Training and Job Act of 2021.

HB1338  Del Dumais.  Juvenile Court - Jurisdiction - Adults.

HB1339  Chr JUD (Dept).  Child Support - Guidelines.

HB1340  Chr APP (Dept).  Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority - Governance, Funding, and Reporting.

HB1341  Chr APP (Dept).  University System of Maryland - Academic Facilities Bonding Authority.

HB1342  Chr W&M (Dept).  Economic Development - Partnership for Workforce Quality Program - Alterations.

HB1343  Del Kipke.  Anne Arundel County – Party Central Committees – Republican Requirements.

HB1344  Del Kipke.  Mental Health Law - Reform of Laws and Delivery of Service.

HB1345  Del Kaiser.  Mail-In Voting - Certification of Assistance, Design of Materials, and Ballot Curing.

HB1346  Del Clippinger.  Landlord and Tenant - Eviction Proceedings - Catastrophic Health Emergencies.

HB1347  Del Barve.  Real Property - Impermissible Restrictions on Use - Portable Basketball Apparatuses.

HB1348  Del Sample-Hughes.  Procurement - Department of General Services - MBE Program Compliance Officer.

HB1349  Del Sample-Hughes.  Public Health – Maryland Prenatal and Infant Care Grant Program Fund.

HB1350  Del Wilkins.  Campaign Finance - Revisions.

HB1351  Del Wilkins.  Campaign Finance - Contribution Through Third-Party Payment Processor - Transfer to Campaign Account.

HB1352  Del Smith.  Campaign Finance Reports - Business Contributors - Registration Status.

 

[21-05-23]

 

Senate Bills

SB0659  Sen Guzzone.  Historic Revitalization Tax Credit - Small Commercial Projects - Alterations.

SB0660  Sen Guzzone.  State Lottery Fund - Maryland Humanities Council - Funding.

SB0661  Sen Patterson.  Environment - Maryland Oil Disaster Containment, Clean-Up and Contingency Fund and Oil Contaminated Site Environmental Cleanup Fund - Funding, Reallocation, and Reimbursements.

SB0662  Sen Ellis.  Education – Commission on Multicultural Education – Establishment.

SB0663  Sen Ellis.  Charles County - Cemeteries - Sediment Control, Stormwater Management, and Forest Conservation.

SB0664  Sen Ellis.  Education - High School Graduation Requirements - Applications for Student Financial Aid.

SB0665  Sen Peters.  Public Schools - Self-Contained Special Education Classrooms - Use of Video Recording Devices.

SB0666  Sen Peters.  Courts of Appeals and Special Appeals - Renaming.

SB0667  Sen Rosapepe.  General Provisions – Commemorative Days – Dashain Day.

SB0668  Sen Rosapepe, et al.  Good Job Opportunities for High School Graduates Act of 2021.

SB0669  Sen Waldstreicher.  Constitutional Amendment - Civil Jury Trials.

SB0670  Sen Waldstreicher.  Courts - Civil Jury Trials - Amount in Controversy.

SB0671  Sen Waldstreicher.  Criminal Procedure – Charging Procedures – Citations.

SB0672  Sen Waldstreicher.  Drunk Driving Offenses - Ignition Interlock System Program.

SB0673  Sen Gallion.  Department of Agriculture - Urban Agriculture Grant Program.

SB0674  Sen Elfreth, et al.  Environment - Commission on Environmental Justice and Sustainable Communities - Reform.

SB0675  Sen Lee.  Child Custody - Cases Involving Child Abuse or Domestic Violence - Training for Judges and Child's Counsel.

SB0676  Sen Edwards.  Garrett County – Public Schools – Virtual Education Days.

SB0677  Sen Edwards.  Allegany County - Alcoholic Beverages - Transfer and Auction of Licenses.

SB0678  Sen Edwards.  Task Force on the Economic Future of Western Maryland - Extension of Report Deadline and Task Force.

SB0679  Sen Edwards.  Allegany County - Alcoholic Beverages Licenses - Annual Fees.

SB0680  Sen Jennings.  Teachers' Pension System - Vested Allowance - Break in Service.

SB0681  Sen Ready.  Motor Vehicles - Inspection Certificates - Exception.

SB0682  Sen Kramer.  Insurance - Medicare Supplement Policy Plans - Open Enrollment Period Following Birthday.

SB0683  Sen Kramer.  Election Law – Permanent Absentee Ballot List.

SB0684  Sen Lam.  Maryland Licensure of Certified Midwives Act.

SB0685  Sen Lam.  Insurance Law - Application to Direct Primary Care Agreements - Exclusion.

SB0686  Sen Smith.  Real Property - Condominiums, Homeowners Associations, and Cooperative Housing Corporations - Virtual Meetings.

SB0687  Sen Smith.  State and Local Housing Programs - Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing.

SB0688  Sen Hayes.  Sales and Use and Vehicle Excise Taxes – Peer–to–Peer Car Sharing and Short–Term Vehicle Rentals – Alterations and Distribution.

SB0689  Sen Sydnor.  Office of Small, Minority, and Women Business Affairs - Duties of the Special Secretary - Minority Business Enterprises.

SB0690  Sen Sydnor.  Public Information Act - Inspection of Records From Body-Worn Digital Recording Devices.

SB0691  Sen Hettleman.  Real Property - Landlord and Tenant - Reusable Tenant Screening Reports.

SB0692  Sen Young.  State Planning – Preservation of Agricultural Land – Goal.

SB0693  Sen Young.  Frederick County - Alcoholic Beverages - Stadium License.

SB0694  Sen Young.  Frederick County – Barbershop and Beauty Salon Beer and Wine Licenses – Alterations.

SB0695  Sen Young.  Maryland Non-Emergency Medical Transportation Fund and Task Force to Study the Maryland Non-Emergency Medical Transportation Fund.

SB0696  Sen Eckardt.  Local Governments - Income Tax Disparity Grants - Amounts.

SB0697  Sen Eckardt.  State Procurement - Minority Business Enterprise Program - Participation by Gender or Race.

SB0698  Sen Eckardt.  Real Property Transfer–on–Death Deed Task Force.

SB0699  Sen McCray.  Baltimore Regional Neighborhood Initiative Program Fund.

SB0700  Sen West.  Estates and Trusts - Wills - Custodianship.

SB0701  Sen West.  Bay Restoration Fund - County Authority to Incur Indebtedness.

SB0702  Sen West.  Criminal Procedure - Expungement - Entitlement.

SB0703  Sen West.  Procurement – Minority Business Enterprises – Qualification and Certification.

SB0704  Sen Beidle, et al.  Nursing Homes - Transfer of Ownership - Site Visits and Surveys.

SB0705  Sen Beidle, et al.  State Airports - Commercial Activity - Rental Vehicles and Peer-to-Peer Car Sharing.

SB0706  Sen Feldman.  Health Occupations – Pharmacists – Laboratory Tests.

SB0707  Sen Feldman.  Office of Health Care Quality – Influenza Virus Immunization Education and Information – Assisted Living Facilities.

SB0708  Sen Feldman, et al.  Cannabis – Legalization and Regulation.

SB0709  Sens Edwards and Corderman.  Economic Development - Maryland Technology Infrastructure Pilot Program - Establishment.

SB0710  Sen King.  State and Local Government and Private Employers - Teleworking.

SB0711  Sen King.  Growing Family Child Care Opportunities Pilot Program – Established.

SB0712  Sen Hough, et al.  Vehicle Laws - Protective Headgear Requirement for Motorcycle Riders - Exception.

SB0713  Sen Hough, et al.  Election Law – Theft or Destruction of Campaign Signs – Penalties.

SB0714  Sen Kagan, et al.  Public Safety - 9-1-1 Emergency Telephone System - Alterations.

SB0715  Sens Carozza and Eckardt.  Wicomico County – Alcoholic Beverages – Repeal of Food Sales Requirement for Class B (Golf Course) License.

SB0716  Sen Carozza, et al.  Solid Waste Management – Prohibition on Releasing a Balloon Into the Atmosphere.

SB0717  Sen Zucker.  State Personnel - Collective Bargaining - Exclusive Representative Access to New Employees.

SB0718  Sen Zucker.  Burtonsville Crossing – Acquisition by the Department of General Services.

SB0719  Sens Zucker and Augustine.  Maryland Department of Health - 2-1-1 Maryland - Mental Health Services Phone Call Program.

SB0720  Sen Zucker.  Education - Maryland School for the Blind - Pay Plan.

SB0721  Sen Hester.  Procurement - Small Business Reserve Program - Administration and Application.

SB0722  Sen Hester.  Department of Small Business, Entrepreneurship, and Innovation - Established.

SB0723  Sen Hester.  Maryland Food System Resiliency Council.

SB0724  Sen Carter.  Mortgage Servicers - Requirements and Prohibitions During and After a State of Emergency and Catastrophic Health Emergency (Foreclosure Relief Act of 2021).

SB0725  Sen Peters.  Workers’ Compensation – Occupational Disease Presumptions – COVID–19.

SB0726  Sen Feldman, et al.  Vehicle Laws - Personal Delivery Devices - Standards and Requirements.

SB0727  Sen Feldman.  Maryland Healthy Working Families Act – Revisions and Public Health Emergency Leave.

SB0728  Sen Feldman.  Labor and Employment - Worker Safety and Health - Injury and Illness Prevention Program.

SB0729  Sen Feldman.  Maryland Health Benefit Exchange – State–Based Young Adult Health Insurance Subsidies Pilot Program.

SB0730  Sens Edwards and Carozza.  Income Tax - Credit for Travel, Hospitality, and Entertainment Expenses.

SB0731  Sen Edwards.  Allegany and Garrett Counties – Alcoholic Beverages – Gift Basket Permits.

SB0732  Sen Patterson.  Economic Development – Maryland Innovation Initiative University Partnership Pilot Program – Establishment.

SB0733  Sen Lee.  Education - Student Data Privacy - Reports and Student Data Privacy Council Sunset Extension.

SB0734  Sen Lee.  State Procurement – Internet of Things Devices – Guidelines, Standards, and Purchasing Restrictions.

SB0735  Sen West.  State Government - Notarial Acts - Remote Notarizations.

SB0736  Sen Augustine.  Health Occupations - Pharmacists - Administration of Vaccinations.

SB0737  Sen Rosapepe.  Comprehensive Conservation Finance Act.

SB0738  Sen Rosapepe.  Income Tax - Mechanical Insulation Installation Tax Credit.

SB0739  Sen Rosapepe.  Prince George’s County – Alcoholic Beverages – BLX License.

SB0740  Sen Rosapepe.  Economic Development - COVID-19 Small Business Grant Program (COVID-19 Crisis Small Business Survival Program Act of 2021).

SB0741  Sen Rosapepe, et al.  COVID-19 Testing, Contact Tracing, and Vaccination Act of 2021.

SB0742  Sen Smith.  Maryland Model Prisons For Youthful Offenders Study Act.

SB0743  Sen Eckardt.  Natural Resources - Maryland Environmental Trust - Appointment of Trustees.

SB0744  Sen Eckardt.  State Board of Nursing - Certified Nursing Assistant Advisory Committee - Membership and Meetings.

SB0745  Sen Elfreth.  Health Occupations – State Board of Massage Therapy Examiners – Revisions.

SB0746  Sen Guzzone, et al.  Education - Community Colleges - Collective Bargaining.

SB0747  Sen Kagan.  State Board of Elections – Membership, Contract Management, Ballot Drop Boxes, and Voting System Financing.

SB0748  Sen Beidle.  Public Health – State Designated Exchange – Clinical Information.

SB0749  Sen Ellis.  Charles County - Board of Education - Membership Alterations.

SB0750  Charles County Senators.  Charles County - Community Service and Pretrial Release Programs - Authorization.

SB0751  Charles County Senators.  Southern Maryland - Human Relations Commission.

SB0752  Sen Hayes.  Baltimore City - Police Officers - Promotional Appointments.

SB0753  Sen Hayes.  Department of Commerce – COVID–19 Business Relief Distribution – Reporting.

SB0754  Sen Hayes.  Public Service Commission - Damaged, Obsolete, or Excessive Lines - Fines.

SB0755  Sen Hayes.  Baltimore City - 40th District Alcoholic Beverages.

SB0756  Sen Carter.  Workers’ Compensation – Occupational Disease Presumptions – COVID–19.

SB0757  Sen Carter.  State Personnel Management System - Office of the Public Defender - Placement.

SB0758  Sen Beidle.  Health Insurance - Incentive Arrangements - Authorization.

SB0759  Sen Ready, et al.  State Department of Education - Interscholastic Athletics Eligibility Waiver - Graduate Athletes.

SB0760  Sen Ready.  Criminal Law – Animal Cruelty – Petition for Costs for Care of Seized Animal.

SB0761  Sen Elfreth.  Alcohol and Tobacco Commission - Executive Director - Clarification.

SB0762  Sen McCray.  Maryland Electricians Act - Revisions.

SB0763  Sen McCray.  Alcoholic Beverages – Class A Licenses – Retail Grocery Establishments (Healthy Food Accountability Act of 2021).

SB0764  Sen Washington (Ch Jt Comm End Hmlnss).  Workgroup on Adaptive Reuse of Vacant Commercial Spaces.

SB0765  Sen Washington.  Minority Business Enterprises – Sexual and Gender Minorities (Imari’s Business Pride Act).

SB0766  Sen Washington.  State Board of Elections and Local Boards of Elections - Membership and Staff.

SB0767  Sen Washington.  Higher Education - Hunger-Free Campus Grant Program - Established.

SB0768  Sen Washington.  Nondiscrimination and LGBTQ+ Individuals.

SB0769  Sens Hester and Bailey.  Income Tax Credit for Venison Donation - Alterations, Extension, and Testing for Chronic Wasting Disease.

SB0770  Sens Hester and Rosapepe.  Education – Technology Resources – Funding (Ending the Digital Divide Act).

SB0771  Sens Hester and Rosapepe.  Unemployment Insurance - Work Sharing (Work Share Expansion Act of 2021).

SB0772  Sen Hester.  Small Business COVID–19 Relief Act of 2021.

SB0773  Sen Simonaire.  Constitutional Amendment - General Assembly - Standing Committee Appointments.

SB0774  Sen Lee.  Family Law - Custody and Visitation - Child's Preference.

SB0775  Sen Lee.  Family Law - Child Custody and Visitation - Abuse.

SB0776  Sen Lee.  Criminal Procedure – Out of Court Statements – Child and Vulnerable Adult Victims.

SB0777  Sen Elfreth, et al.  Public Health - Maryland Prenatal and Infant Care Grant Program Fund.

SB0778  Sen Elfreth.  Regional Institution Strategic Enterprise Zone Program – Alterations.

SB0779  Sen Elfreth, et al.  Maryland 529 Program – Board Authority and State Contribution – Alterations.

SB0780  Sen Pinsky.  States of Emergency – Emergency Procurement and Budget Amendments – Notice and Authorization.

SB0781  Sen Hayes.  Real Property – Residential Contract of Sale – Buyer Identification.

SB0782  Sen Hayes.  State Department of Assessments and Taxation – Real Property Assessments and Appeals.

SB0783  Sen Hayes.  Baltimore City – West North Avenue Development Authority.

SB0784  Sen Hayes.  State Anatomy Board - Claimed Cremated Remains - Provision Without Payment of Costs.

SB0785  Sens Ferguson and Pinsky.  State Board of Education Membership and Terms - Capability and Capacity Study of Education Agencies.

SB0786  Sen McCray (BCA).  Baltimore City – Control of the Police Department of Baltimore City.

SB0787  Sen Ferguson.  Digital Advertising Gross Revenues Tax – Exemption and Restriction.

SB0788  Sen Hester, et al.  Economic Development – Small Business Financing – Loan Loss Reserve (Maryland Capital Access Program).

SB0789  Sen McCray (BCA).  Baltimore City - Visit Baltimore - Appropriation Calculation.

SB0790  Sen Kagan.  Unemployment Insurance – Reimbursing Employers – Deferral of Payment During a State of Emergency for COVID–19.

SB0791  Sen Young.  Frederick County – Alcoholic Beverages – Class B Licenses – Off–Premises Consumption.

SB0792  Sen Young.  Frederick County – Alcoholic Beverages – Alcohol by Volume – Wine.

SB0793  Sen Young.  Frederick County - Alcoholic Beverages - Consumption Permits.

SB0794  Wicomico County Senators.  Wicomico County - Property Tax Credit - Hotel or Residential Development.

SB0795  Sen Eckardt.  Oversight Committee on Quality Care in Nursing Homes and Assisted Living Facilities – Membership and Cochairs.

SB0796  Sen Eckardt.  Maryland Office of Minority Health and Health Disparities and Maryland Health Care Commission – Reporting Requirements.

SB0797  Sens Gallion and Hershey.  Cecil County - Video Lottery Terminals - Distribution of Proceeds.

SB0798  Sen Gallion.  Prohibition on Sale of Wildlife - Local Venison Donation Programs - Application.

SB0799  Sen Gallion.  Cecil County - Fishing - Restrictions.

SB0800  Sen Patterson.  Inmate Training and Job Act of 2021.

SB0801  Sen Griffith.  Labor and Employment – Economic Stabilization Act – Alterations.

SB0802  Sens Edwards and Corderman.  Economic Development – Maryland Innovation Initiative University Expansion Pilot Program – Establishment.

SB0803  Sens Edwards and Corderman.  Economic Development – Western Maryland Economic Future Investment Board and Fund – Establishment.

SB0804  Sen Edwards.  Garrett County - Memorial Hospital - Board Membership and Meetings.

SB0805  Sen Peters.  Motor Vehicle Insurance - Rate Filings - Discrimination, Trade Secrets, and States of Emergency.

SB0806  Sen Peters.  Labor and Employment – Workplace Fraud Act – Rebuttable Presumption of the Employer–Employee Relationship.

SB0807  Sen Salling.  Commission on Men and Fatherhood (Fatherhood Protection Act).

SB0808  Sen West.  Health Occupations – Licensed Dentists – Administration of Vaccines.

SB0809  Sen Hettleman.  Office of the Attorney General – Correctional Ombudsman.

SB0810  Sen Feldman.  Renewable Energy Portfolio Standard and Geothermal Heating and Cooling Systems.

SB0811  Sen Hershey.  Unemployment Insurance – Computation of Earned Rate of Contribution – Applicable Table of Rates.

SB0812  Sen Klausmeier (Chr Wkrs' Cmp Bnft & Ins).  Workers' Compensation - Occupational Disease Presumptions - COVID-19.

SB0813  Sen Klausmeier (Chr Wkr's Cmp Bnft & Ins).  Workers' Compensation - Occupational Disease Presumptions - COVID-19.

SB0814  Sen Klausmeier (Chr Jt Com on UIO).  Unemployment Insurance – Earned Rating Record – Waiver of Benefit Charges Due to COVID–19.

SB0815  Sen Klausmeier.  Mental Health Facilities - Sexual Abuse and Harassment - Reporting and Prevention.

SB0816  Sen Klausmeier (Chr Jt Com on UIO).  Unemployment Insurance - Employer Contributions - Payment Plans.

SB0817  Sen Klausmeier (Chr Jt Com on UIO).  Unemployment Insurance - Study on System Reforms.

SB0818  Sen Klausmeier (Chr Jt Com on UIO).  Unemployment Insurance – Maryland Department of Labor – Accountability and Oversight.

SB0819  Sen Klausmeier (Chr Jt Com on UIO).  Unemployment Insurance - Weekly Benefit Amount - Income Disregard.

SB0820  Sen West.  Wills, Powers of Attorney, and Advance Directives - Electronic Execution.

SB0821  Sens Hester and Gallion.  Alcoholic Beverages - Manufacturer's Licenses and Off-Site Permits.

SB0822  Sen Hester.  Public Safety - Maryland Emergency Management Agency - Office of Resilience.

SB0823  Sens Gallion and Hershey.  Cecil County - Board of Education - Member Terms and Compensation.

SB0824  Sen Hester (Ch Jnt Cybrscrty Info Biotch).  Economic Development - Broadband Providers - Joint Trenching and Fee (Building Out Broadband Act of 2021).

SB0825  Sen Hester.  Department of Legislative Services - Study - Capacity and Accountability of State Department of Education.

SB0826  Sens Carozza and Ready.  Handgun Permits – Qualifications – High–Risk Occupations.

SB0827  Sens Waldstreicher and Hettleman.  Nonpublic Schools – Adequate Health Services – Eligibility for Reimbursement.

SB0828  Sen Lam.  HIV Prevention Drugs – Dispensing by Pharmacists and Insurance Requirements.

SB0829  Sen Lam.  Emergency and Expedited Procurements – Reform.

SB0830  Sen Lam.  Secretary of Health - School-Based Health Centers - Guidelines and Administration of Grants.

SB0831  Sen Kagan.  Election Reform Act of 2021.

SB0832  Charles County Senators.  Southern Maryland – Multifamily Dwelling Registration – Fees and Fines.

SB0833  Charles County Senators.  Charles County – Alcoholic Beverages – Class 4 Limited Winery License.

SB0834  Sen Smith.  Harassment and Sexual Harassment – Definitions – Employment Discrimination and Sexual Harassment Prevention Training.

SB0835  Sen Rosapepe.  Facilitating University Transformations by Unifying Reductions in Emissions (FUTURE) Act.

SB0836  Sens Beidle and Elfreth.  State Board of Dental Examiners - Disciplinary Action - Disclosure Requirements and Licensee Profiles.

SB0837  Sen Kramer.  Health - Advance Care Planning and Advance Directives.

SB0838  Sen Ready, et al.  Election Law – Polling Places – Proof of Identity.

SB0839  Carroll County Senators.  Maryland Historical Trust - Warfield Complex in Carroll County - Extinguishment or Termination of Easement.

SB0840  Sen Ready.  General Provisions – Full Year Daylight Savings Time.

SB0841  Sen Hershey, et al.  Property Tax – Solar Energy Systems.

SB0842  Sen Benson.  Workgroup to Study the Assessment, Treatment, and Available Resources for Female Youth in Contact With the Justice System.

SB0843  Sen Benson.  I-495 and I-270 Public-Private Partnership - Partnership Agreement - Requirements (Maryland Department of Transportation Promises Act of 2021).

SB0844  Sen Benson.  Adult Protective Services - Vulnerable Adults Registry - Investigations and Records of Abuse and Neglect and Workgroup Study.

SB0845  Sen Benson.  Education – Workforce Development Sequence Scholarships – Eligibility.

SB0846  Sen Benson.  Home Energy Assistance - Critical Medical Needs Program - Power to the People Pilot Program.

SB0847  Sen Benson.  Department of Transportation – Vehicle Litter Reporting Program.

SB0848  Sens Benson and Lee.  Maryland Wage and Hour Law and Maryland Wage Payment and Collection Law - Revisions (Maryland Wage Protection Act).

SB0849  Sen Lam, et al.  Property Tax Credit - Airport Noise Zones - Eligibility.

SB0850  Sen Hough.  Gaming – Sports and Event Wagering License – Long Shot’s.

SB0851  Sen Hough.  Frederick County Board of Education – Vacancies.

SB0852  Sen Hough, et al.  Crimes - Penalties and Procedures (Violent Firearms Offender Act of 2021).

SB0853  Sen Carter (Jvnile Justice Refrm Council).  Juvenile Law - Juvenile Justice Reform.

SB0854  Sen Hershey.  Queen Anne's County - Alcoholic Beverages - Unannounced Visits by Inspectors.

SB0855  Sen Hershey.  Queen Anne's County - Alcoholic Beverages - Repeal of Place of Worship Prohibition.

SB0856  Sen Hershey.  Electric Companies - Billing Information.

SB0857  Sens Hester and Smith.  Health - Maryland Community Health and Public Safety Center of Excellence - Establishment.

SB0858  Sen Hayes.  Higher Education – Coppin State University – Funding.

SB0859  Sen Hayes.  Department of Housing and Community Development – Appraisal Gap From Historic Redlining Financial Assistance Program – Establishment.

SB0860  Sens Zucker and Guzzone.  Workers' Compensation - COVID-19 Occupational Disease Presumption - Public School Employees.

SB0861  Sen Bailey.  St. Mary's County - Public Facilities Bond.

SB0862  Sen Waldstreicher.  Arrest Warrants Issued by District Court Commissioners - Recall by Judge.

SB0863  Sen Waldstreicher.  Vehicle Laws – Enforcement and Use of Real–Time Digital Spotters.

SB0864  Sen Hettleman.  Public Safety - Task Force on Preventing and Countering Domestic Terrorism.

SB0865  Sen Corderman, et al.  Maryland Medical Assistance Program - Emergency Service Transporters - Reimbursement.

SB0866  Sen Corderman.  Correctional Services – Payment by State – Inmate Housing Costs.

SB0867  Sen Corderman, et al.  Criminal Law – Hate Crimes – First Responders.

SB0868  Sen Corderman, et al.  Correctional Services - Inmate Release.

SB0869  Sen Corderman, et al.  Statewide Transit Plan – Western Maryland MARC Rail Extension Study.

SB0870  Sen Corderman.  Income Tax - Subtraction Modification - COVID-19-Related Distribution of Retirement Income.

SB0871  Sens Corderman and Edwards.  Gaming - Sports and Event Wagering License - Washington County Minor League Baseball Team.

SB0872  Sen Jackson.  Income Tax - Subtraction Modification - Volunteer Fire, Rescue, and Emergency Medical Services.

SB0873  Sen Jackson (Jnt Cybscty Info Biotch Cmm).  Department of Information Technology - State and Local Government Employees and Contractors - Cybersecurity Training.

SB0874  Sen Jackson.  Workgroup to Study Partial Expungement.

SB0875  Sen Jackson.  Juvenile Law - Dispositions - Placement Guidance.

SB0876  Sen Jackson.  Business Regulation - Innkeepers - Records and Human Trafficking Awareness Training.

SB0877  The Pres (DLS).  Annual Corrective Bill.

SB0878  The Pres (DLS).  Annual Curative Bill.

SB0879  Sen Guzzone.  Vehicle Laws – Driver’s Licenses – Driver Skills Examinations.

SB0880  Sen Guzzone.  Income Tax – Pass–Through Entities – State and Local Taxes.

SB0881  Sen Guzzone.  Income Tax - Work Opportunity Tax Credit.

SB0882  Sen Guzzone.  Operating Budget - Education Programs - Mandated Funding.

SB0883  Sen Guzzone.  Tobacco Tax – Out–of–State Sales of Premium Cigars and Pipe Tobacco.

SB0884  Sen Klausmeier.  Medical Cannabis – Visiting Qualifying Patients.

SB0885  Sen Hester.  Economic and Community Development - Income Tax Credit for Catalytic Revitalization Projects.

SB0886  Sen Elfreth.  Transfer With Success Act.

SB0887  Sens Elfreth and Simonaire.  Property Tax Credit – Business Entities – State of Emergency.

SB0888  Sen Beidle.  Anne Arundel County - Speed Monitoring Systems - Maryland Route 175 (Jessup Road).

SB0889  Sen Jennings.  Controlled Hazardous Substance Facility Permit - Research Facilities - Chemical Warfare Material Requirements.

SB0890  Sen King.  Early Childhood Education – Child Care Provider Support Grant Program (The Child Care Provider Support Act).

SB0891  Sen Carozza.  Public Health - Maternal and Child Mortality - Review and Perinatal Hospice Services.

SB0892  Sen Augustine, et al.  Real Property – Residential Leases – Fee in Lieu of Security Deposit.

SB0893  Sen Rosapepe.  Unemployment Insurance - Revisions and Required Study.

SB0894  Sen Rosapepe.  Post-Crisis Jobs Act of 2021.

SB0895  Sen Rosapepe.  University System of Maryland - Student Fees - Review and Retention.

SB0896  Sen Rosapepe.  Workgroup on the COVID-19 Crisis Economic Recovery.

SB0897  Sens Zucker and Griffith.  Earned Income Tax Credit - Individuals Without Qualifying Children - Calculation and Refundability.

SB0898  Sen Carter.  Maryland Criminal Justice Debt Elimination and Prevention Act of 2021.

SB0899  Sen Bailey.  Natural Resources - Canada Geese - Bag Limits.

SB0900  Sen Peters.  Income Tax - Subtraction Modification - Expenses of Medical Cannabis Grower, Processor, Dispensary, or Independent Testing Laboratory.

SB0901  Sen Hester.  Public Safety - Emergency Management - Resilient Maryland Revolving Loan Fund.

SB0902  Sen Hester.  Economic Development - Cyber Workforce Program and Fund - Established.

SB0903  Sen Hester.  Labor and Employment – Traditional Trade Apprenticeship Fund.

SB0904  Sen Salling.  Sales and Use Tax - Tax-Free Periods - University and College Textbooks.

SB0905  Sen Sydnor.  Juvenile Services - Workgroup to Develop Evidence-Based, Research-Based, and Culturally Competent Practices.

SB0906  Sen Sydnor.  Baltimore City Board of School Commissioners – Alterations.

SB0907  Sen Benson.  Human Services - Critical Medical Needs Program - Application for Assistance.

SB0908  Sen Benson.  Budget Bill – Appropriations Statement – Memorandum of Understanding for State Personnel.

SB0909  Sen Smith.  Capital Projects - Minority Business Enterprise Goals.

SB0910  Sen Smith.  COVID-19 Eviction and Housing Relief Act of 2021.

SB0911  Sen Smith.  Unlawful Employment Practice - Statute of Limitations and Remedies.

SB0912  Sen Smith.  Maryland Wage and Hour Law and Maryland Wage Payment and Collection Law – Antiretaliation Provisions.

SB0913  Sen McCray, et al.  Human Services - Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program - Heat and Eat Program.

SB0914  Sen McCray.  Sheriff of Baltimore City.

SB0915  Sen McCray.  The Blueprint for Maryland's Future - Performance Standards - Clarifications.

SB0916  Sen McCray.  Taxes - Whistleblower Reward Program and Statute of Limitations for Tax Collections.

SB0917  Sen Hester (Jt Cybscty Info BioTech Comm).  Department of Information Technology - Status of Information Technology and Cybersecurity in State and Local Agencies.

SB0918  Sen Jackson.  Courts - Prosecution for Election Law Violations - Limitation.

SB0919  Sen Gallion.  Horse Racing - Fair Hill Natural Resources Management Area.

SB0920  Sen Ready.  County Health Officers - Procedures and Oversight.

SB0921  Sen Lam.  County Boards of Education - Accessibility Standards - Digital Tools (Nonvisual Access Accountability Act for Grades K-12 Education).

SB0922  Sen Lam (Chr Joint Audit and Eval Comm).  Office of Legislative Audits – Acceptance and Investigation of Allegations of Fraud, Waste, and Abuse.

SB0923  Sen Washington.  Maryland Medical Assistance Program - Eligibility and Disenrollment.

SB0924  Sens Jennings and Hester.  Procurement - Information Technology - Cloud-Based Virtual Desktop Infrastructure.

SB0925  Sen Elfreth.  Workgroup on Public Water Access.

SB0926  Sens Corderman and Edwards.  Economic Development – Maryland Stadium Authority – Hagerstown Multi–Use Sports and Events Facility.

SB0927  Sen Pinsky.  Institutions of Higher Education - Prohibition Against Incentive Payments - Foreign Student Exemption.

SB0928  Sen Ready.  Mental Health Law - Reform of Laws and Delivery of Service.

SB0929  Sen Ready.  States of Emergency and Catastrophic Health Emergencies - Renewals - Authorization by Legislative Policy Committee.

SB0930  Sen Lee.  Maryland Online Consumer Protection Act.

SB0931  Sen Jackson.  Prince George's County - School Facilities and Public Safety Surcharges and Report - Sunset Extension.

SB0932  Sen Benson.  Maryland Medical Assistance Program – Coverage – Acupuncture Services.

SB0933  Sen Benson.  Financial Regulation - Access to Banking and Financial Services - Reporting.

SB0934  Sen Peters.  Public Schools - Purple Star Schools Program - Establishment.

SB0935  Sen Augustine.  Public Safety - Elevator Inspections - Transit Compact Authority.

SB0936  Sen Jackson.  General Provisions – Commemorative Days – Overdose Awareness Day.

 

[21-05-24]

 

Chapters

CH0001  SB1065 of 2020   Sen King.  Economic Development Baltimore Symphony Orchestra Funding and Reporting.

CH0002  SB0985 of 2020 (Amended)  Sen Hester, et al.  Certified Local Farm Enterprise Program and Certified Local Farm Enterprise Food Aggregation Grant Fund Established.

CH0003  SB0407 of 2020 (Amended)  Sen Kramer, et al.  Office of the Attorney General Senior and Vulnerable Adult Asset Recovery Unit.

CH0004  SB0669 of 2020 (Amended)  The Pres (By Request).  Public Health Prescription Drug Affordability Board and Fund.

CH0005  SB0148 of 2020 (Amended)  Sen Young.  Board of Public Works Land Acquisition Requirements.

CH0006  SB0524 of 2020 (Amended)  Sen Elfreth, et al.  Building Lifelong Library Learners Act.

CH0007  SB0796 of 2020 (Amended)  Sen Guzzone.  Developmental Disabilities Administration Program Changes and Required Reports.

CH0008  SB0398 of 2020  Sen Feldman, et al.  Maryland Small Business Innovation Research and Technology Transfer Incentive Program.

CH0009  SB0845 of 2020  Sens Ferguson and Hettleman.  Higher Education Maryland Corps Program Fund Alterations.

CH0010  SB0226 of 2020 (Amended)  Sen Waldstreicher.  Highways Prohibition on Outdoor Signs Along Expressways Modification.

CH0011  SB0208 of 2020 (Amended)  Sen Lee, et al.  Public Safety Rifles and Shotguns Sales, Rentals, and Transfers.

CH0012  SB0314 of 2020 (Amended)  Sens Sydnor and Carter.  Juveniles Charges as Adults Confidentiality of Records.

CH0013  SB0452 of 2020 (Amended)  Sen McCray , et al.  Family Investment Program Temporary Cash Assistance Funding.

CH0014  SB0465 of 2020 (Enrolled)  Sen Guzzone, et al.  Maryland ENnovation Initiative Program and Admissions and Amusement Tax Distributions Extensions and Alterations.

CH0015  SB0493 of 2020 (Enrolled)  Sen Elfreth, et al.  Small Business Development Center Network Fund Minimum Appropriation.

CH0016  SB0684 of 2020 (Amended)  Sen Washington, et al.  Correctional Services Prerelease Unit for Women Facilities and Services (GenderResponsive Prerelease Act).

CH0017  SB0708 of 2020 (Amended)  Sen Carter.  Maryland Violence Intervention and Prevention Program Fund and Advisory Council Alterations.

CH0018  SB0877 of 2020 (Amended)  Sens Feldman and Hershey.  Underground Facilities Damage Prevention Revision.

CH0019  SB0907 of 2020 (Enrolled)  Sen Smith, et al.  Public Safety Crime Plan and Law Enforcement Councils (Maryland State Crime Plan).

CH0020  SB0929 of 2020 (Enrolled)  Sen Hayes, et al.  Public Safety Baltimore City P.R.O.T.E.C.T. (Public Resources Organizing to End Crime Together) Program.

CH0021  HB0083 of 2020 (Amended)  Del Moon, et al.  Criminal Procedure Charge of Possession of Marijuana Removal From Case Search.

CH0022  HB0086 of 2020 (Amended)  Del Korman.  Transportation Maryland Metro/Transit Funding  Act Alterations.

CH0023  HB0125 of 2020 (Enrolled)  Del Healey.  Board of Public Works Land Acquisition Requirements.

CH0024  HB0498 of 2020 (Amended)  Del Hill, et al.  Department of Aging Grants for AginginPlace Programs Funding.

CH0025  HB0514 of 2020 (Amended)  Del Qi, et al.  Maryland Small Business Innovation Research and Technology Transfer Incentive Program.

CH0026  HB0737 of 2020 (Enrolled)  Del Anderton, et al.  Local Governments Income Tax Disparity Grants Amounts.

CH0027  HB1000 of 2020 (Amended)  Del Ebersole, et al.  Building Lifelong Library Learners Act.

CH0028  HB1095 of 2020 (Amended)  The Spkr (By Request), et al.  Public Health Prescription Drug Affordability Board and Fund.

CH0029  HB1121 of 2020 (Amended)  Del PenaMelnyk, et al.  Maryland Mental Health and Substance Use Disorder Registry and Referral System.

CH0030  HB1236 of 2020 (Enrolled)  Del Solomon, et al.  Transit Maryland Area Regional Commuter Train Expansion of Service.

CH0031  HB1336 of 2020 (Enrolled)  Del Barron, et al.  Criminal Procedure Partial Expungement, Maryland Judiciary Case Search, and Expungement of Misdemeanor Conviction.

CH0032  HB1488 of 2020 (Amended)  Del Charkoudian, et al.  Certified Local Farm Enterprise Program and Certified Local Farm Enterprise Food Aggregation Grant Fund Established.

CH0033  HB1659 of 2020 (Amended)  Del McIntosh.  Maryland Stadium Authority Youth and Amateur Sports Grants Program and Michael Erin Busch Sports Fund.

CH0034  HB1658 of 2020 (Amended)  Del McIntosh, et al.  Economic Development Baltimore Symphony Orchestra Funding and Reporting.

CH0035  HB0004 of 2020 (Enrolled)  Del Atterbeary.  Public Safety Rifles and Shotguns Sales, Rentals, and Transfers.

CH0036  HB1300 of 2020 (Enrolled)  The Spkr (By Request), et al.  Blueprint for Maryland’s Future Implementation.

CH0037  HB0732 of 2020 (Enrolled)  Dels Luedtke and PenaMelnyk.  Taxation Tobacco Tax, Sales and Use Tax, and Digital Advertising Gross Revenues Tax.

CH0038  HB0932 of 2020 (Enrolled)  Del Korman.  21stCentury Economy Fairness Act.

 

[21-05-25]

 

The Judiciary

COURT OF APPEALS OF MARYLAND

DISCIPLINARY PROCEEDINGS

     This is to certify that by an Order of the Court of Appeals dated January 19, 2021, SANDY YEH CHANG (CPF # 0312160127), 1 Research Court, Suite 140, Rockville, Maryland 20850, has been indefinitely suspended by consent, effective immediately, from the further practice of law in the State, and her name as an attorney at law has been stricken from the register of attorneys in this Court (Maryland Rule 19-761).

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     This is to certify that by an Order of the Court of Appeals dated February 2, 2021, RONALD HOWARD COOPER (CPF # 8011010074), 14513 Main Street, Upper Marlboro, Maryland 20772, has been indefinitely suspended by consent, effective February 6, 2021, from the further practice of law in the State, and his name as an attorney at law has been stricken from the register of attorneys in this Court (Maryland Rule 19-761).

[21-05-17]

 

 

Final Action on Regulations

 

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Title 27
CRITICAL AREA COMMISSION FOR THE CHESAPEAKE AND ATLANTIC COASTAL BAYS

Notice of Final Action

[20-206-F]

On February 3, 2021, the Critical Area Commission for the Chesapeake and Atlantic Coastal Bays adopted:

 (1) Amendments to Regulation .01 under COMAR 27.01.01 General Provisions;

(2) Amendments to Regulation .05 under COMAR 27.01.02 Development in the Critical Area;

(3) Amendments to Regulation .01 under COMAR 27.01.09 Habitat Protection Areas in the Critical Area;

(4) New Regulations .01—.07 under COMAR 27.01.14 Renewable Energy Generating Systems;

(5) Amendments to Regulation .01 under COMAR 27.02.01 General Provisions;

(6) Amendments to Regulations .01 and .02 under COMAR 27.02.04 State or Local Agency Actions Resulting in Major Development on Private Lands or Lands Owned by Local Jurisdictions;

(7) Amendments to Regulations .02 and .03-3 and new Regulations .15—.15-3 under COMAR 27.02.05 State Agency Actions Resulting in Development on State-Owned Lands;

(8) Amendments to Regulation .02 under COMAR 27.02.07 Commission Review, Decision Process, and Time Frames; and

(9) Amendments to Regulation .02 under COMAR 27.02.08 Appeals.

This action, which was proposed for adoption in 47:26 Md. R. 1115—1121 (December 18, 2020), has been adopted as proposed.

Effective Date: March 8, 2021.

CHARLES C. DEEGAN
Chairman
Critical Area Commission for the Chesapeake
 and Atlantic Coastal Bays

 

Title 30
MARYLAND INSTITUTE FOR EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES SYSTEMS (MIEMSS)

Subtitle 30 EMS OPERATIONAL PROGRAMS

30.30.06 Base Stations

Authority: Education Article, §§13-509, 13-510, and 13-516, Annotated Code of Maryland

Notice of Final Action

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On February 9, 2021, the Maryland Emergency Medical Services Board adopted amendments to Regulations .01 and .02 under COMAR 30.03.06 Base Stations. This action, which was proposed for adoption in 47:25 Md. R. 1083 — 1084 (December 4, 2020), has been adopted as proposed.

Effective Date: March 8, 2021.

THEODORE DELBRIDGE, M.D.
Executive Director

 

 

Errata

COMAR 09.12.01.01-1

At 48:2 Md. R. 59 (January 15, 2021), column 2, line 12 from the bottom:

For:        (5) ASME CDS-12018 Edition, Controls and Safety
                   Devices for

Read:      (5) ASME CSD-12018 Edition, Controls and Safety
                   Devices for

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Special Documents

 

DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES

FISHING AND BOATING SERVICES — PUBLIC NOTICE

Commercial Striped Bass Common Pool Gill Net Fishery Modifications — Effective 2/2/2021

 

WHAT THIS NOTICE DOES

The Secretary of the Maryland Department of Natural Resources announces modifications to the commercial striped bass common pool gill net fishery. Effective 12:01 a.m. Tuesday, February 2, 2021:

      The season is open February 2, 2021 through and including February 4, 2021.

      The catch limit is 300 lbs/permit/day and 1200 lbs/vessel/day.

      The catch times remain from 3:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

 

WHY THIS IS NECESSARY

This action is necessary to implement the Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission’s Interstate Fishery Management Plan for Atlantic Striped Bass.

 

WHOM THIS NOTICE AFFECTS

This applies to all individuals who are permitted to participate in the commercial striped bass common pool gill net fishery in the Chesapeake Bay.

 

AUTHORITY

Code of Maryland Regulations (COMAR) 08.02.15.12

 

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT:

Fishing and Boating Services at 410-260-8293

JEANNIE HADDAWAY-RICCIO
Secretary of Natural Resources

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General Notices

 

Notice of ADA Compliance

   The State of Maryland is committed to ensuring that individuals with disabilities are able to fully participate in public meetings.  Anyone planning to attend a meeting announced below who wishes to receive auxiliary aids, services, or accommodations is invited to contact the agency representative at least 48 hours in advance, at the telephone number listed in the notice or through Maryland Relay.

 

MARYLAND STATE BOARD FOR THE CERTIFICATION OF RESIDENTIAL CHILD CARE PROGRAM PROFESSIONALS

Subject: Public Meeting

Date and Time: March 12, 2021, 10 — 11 a.m.

Place: Via video teleconference — please see details below.

Add’l. Info: Information will be posted to the Board’s website under Notice of Open Meeting at https://health.maryland.gov/crccp.

Contact: Gwendolyn A. Joyner (410) 764-5996

[21-05-15]

 

MARYLAND STATE BOARD FOR THE CERTIFICATION OF RESIDENTIAL CHILD CARE PROGRAM PROFESSIONALS

Subject: Public Meeting

Date and Time: April 9, 2021, 10 — 11 a.m.

Place: Via video teleconference — please see details below.

Add’l. Info: Information will be posted to the Board’s website under Notice of Open Meeting at https://health.maryland.gov/crccp.

Contact: Gwendolyn A. Joyner (410) 764-5996

[21-05-11]

 

MARYLAND STATE BOARD FOR THE CERTIFICATION OF RESIDENTIAL CHILD CARE PROGRAM PROFESSIONALS

Subject: Public Meeting

Date and Time: May 14, 2021, 10 — 11 a.m.

Place: Via video teleconference — please see details below.

Add’l. Info: Information will be posted to the Board’s website under Notice of Open Meeting at https://health.maryland.gov/crccp.

Contact: Gwendolyn A. Joyner (410) 764-5996

[21-05-12]

 

MARYLAND STATE BOARD FOR THE CERTIFICATION OF RESIDENTIAL CHILD CARE PROGRAM PROFESSIONALS

Subject: Public Meeting

Date and Time: June 11, 2021, 10 — 11 a.m.

Place: Via video teleconference — please see details below.

Add’l. Info: Information will be posted to the Board’s website under Notice of Open Meeting at https://health.maryland.gov/crccp.

Contact: Gwendolyn A. Joyner (410) 764-5996

[21-05-13]

 

MARYLAND STATE BOARD FOR THE CERTIFICATION OF RESIDENTIAL CHILD CARE PROGRAM PROFESSIONALS

Subject: Public Meeting

Date and Time: July 9, 2021, 10 — 11 a.m.

Place: Via video teleconference — please see details below.

Add’l. Info: Information will be posted to the Board’s website under Notice of Open Meeting at https://health.maryland.gov/crccp.

Contact: Gwendolyn A. Joyner (410) 764-5996

[21-05-14]

 

STATE COLLECTION AGENCY LICENSING BOARD

Subject: Public Meeting

Date and Time: March 8, 2021, 2 — 3 p.m.

Place: Via videoconference — please see details below.

Add’l. Info: In response to Governor Hogan’s Executive Order Number 20-03-30-01 (Stay-at-Home Order) and other applicable emergency orders, this meeting will be held via videoconference. Directions for access will be provided on the State Collection Agency Licensing Board website, http://www.labor.maryland.gov/finance/collagboard.shtml, prior to the meeting.

Contact: Devki Dave (410) 230-6019

[21-05-22]

 

BOARD OF DIETETIC PRACTICE

Subject: Public Meeting

Date and Time: March 18, 2021, 10 a.m. — 12 p.m.

Place: Via Google Meet — please see Board’s website for details or call the Board.

Contact: Lenelle Cooper (410) 764-4733

[21-05-06]

 

HISTORIC ST. MARY’S CITY COMMISSION

Subject: Public Meeting

Date and Time: March 20, 2021, 10 — 11:30 a.m.

Place: Via Google Meet — please see details below.

Add’l. Info: Virtual meeting information:

     Link: http://meet.google.com/rav-jjud-mbq

     Phone: 1-617-675-4444

     PIN: 742 276 725 0636#

Contact: Porzia Purves (240) 895-4960

[21-05-07]

 

MARYLAND INSURANCE ADMINISTRATION

Subject: Public Meeting

Date and Time: May 4, 2021, 1:30 — 3:30 p.m.

Place: Via ZoomGov — please see details below.

Add’l. Info: In preparation for the 2021 hurricane season, Maryland Insurance Commissioner Kathleen A. Birrane will hold a virtual meeting on Tuesday, May 4, 2021, at 1:30 p.m.

Join the ZoomGov Meeting at:

https://www.zoomgov.com/j/1603922168

Meeting ID: 160 392 2168

Dial by your location:

+1 669 254 5252 US (San Jose)

+1 646 828 7666 US (New York)

+1 551 285 1373 US (New Jersey)

+1 669 216 1590 US (San Jose)

     833 568 8864 US (Toll-free)

Meeting ID: 160 392 2168

Find your local number: https://www.zoomgov.com/u/adlEUPG0qJ

If you plan to attend this meeting, please RSVP to joy.hatchette@maryland.gov. If you have any questions, you may also contact Joy Hatchette at the same email address or at 410-468-2029.

Contact: Joy Hatchette (410) 468-2029

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MARYLAND STATE LOTTERY AND GAMING CONTROL COMMISSION

Subject: Public Meeting

Date and Time: March 25, 2021, 10 a.m. — 12 p.m.

Place: Via livestream — please see details below.

Add’l. Info: Due to COVID restrictions the meeting will be conducted via audio conference on the agency’s website at https://www.mdgaming.com/commission-meeting-2-25-2021/ and will be available at 10 a.m. on February 25th

Contact: Kathy Lingo (410) 230-8790

[21-05-16]

 

MARYLAND HEALTH CARE COMMISSION

Subject: Notice of Project Change

Add’l. Info: On February 4, 2021 the Maryland Health Care Commission (MHCC) received notice and a request for approval of project changes under COMAR 10.24.01.17B from Encompass Health Rehabilitation Hospital of Southern Maryland, LLC, holder of a Certificate of Need (CON) Docket No. 18-16-2423

The project’s sponsor has requested approval:

Capital cost increase of $6,962,312 of which $1,436,405 is allowable inflation.

Please refer to the Docket No. listed above in any correspondence on this request, a copy of which is available for review by appointment in MHCC offices during regular business hours. All correspondence should be addressed to Kevin McDonald, Chief, Certificate of Need, MHCC, 4160 Patterson Avenue, Baltimore, Maryland 21215.

Contact: Ruby Potter (410) 764-3276

[21-05-18]

 

MARYLAND HEALTH CARE COMMISSION

Subject: Formal Start of Review

Add’l. Info: The Maryland Health Care Commission (MHCC) hereby gives notice of docketing of the following application for Certificate of Need:

Shady Grove Adventist Hospital. — Docket No. 20-15-2443

New construction of a six-floor patient care tower and renovation of existing space to enhance patient safety, patient experience, and clinical efficiency. The project will result in all-private medical/surgical inpatient rooms; a modern Emergency Department (ED) with private treatment bays; an appropriately sized Intensive Care Unit (ICU); and a Clinical Decision Unit (CDU) to facilitate patient transitions from the ED to inpatient care, observation or discharge. Proposed Cost: $180,011,359.

MHCC shall review the applications under Health-General Article, §19-101 et seq., Annotated Code of Maryland, COMAR 10.24.01, and the applicable State Health Plan standards.

Any affected person may make a written request to the Commission to receive copies of relevant notices concerning the application. All further notices of proceedings on the application will be sent only to affected persons who have registered as interested parties.

Persons desiring to become interested parties in the Commission’s review of the above-referenced application must meet the requirements of COMAR 10.24.01.01B(2) and (20) and must also submit written comments to the Commission no later than close of business March 29, 2021. These comments must state with particularity the State Health Plan standards or review criteria that you believe have not been met by the applicant as stated in COMAR 10.24.01.08F.

Please refer to the Docket Number listed above in any correspondence on the application. Copies of the application are available for review in the office of MHCC during regular business hours by appointment. All correspondence should be addressed to Paul E. Parker, Director, Center for Health Care Facilities Planning and Development, Maryland Health Care Commission, 4160 Patterson Avenue, Baltimore, Maryland 21215.

Contact: Ruby Potter (410) 764-3276

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STANDING ADVISORY COMMITTEE ON OPIOID ASSOCIATED DISEASE PREVENTION AND OUTREACH PROGRAMS (SYRINGE SERVICES PROGRAM)

Subject: Public Meeting

Date and Time: March 5, 2021, 10 a.m. — 12 p.m.

Place: Via Google Meet — Please see details below.

Add’l. Info: Meeting information:

     Link: meet.google.com/ohe-qdxn-vnp

     Phone: 1-530-777-0402

     PIN: 874 562 927#

Contact: Monica McAllister (410) 767-2577

[21-05-21]

 

BOARD OF REVENUE ESTIMATES

Subject: Public Meeting

Date and Time: March 9, 2021, 2 — 3 p.m.

Place: Via livestream — please see details below.

Add’l. Info: The Board of Revenue Estimates meeting will be virtual, streamed live on the Comptroller of Maryland’s Facebook page.

Contact: Kynara Fogan (410) 260-7450

[21-05-08]

 

BOARD OF WATERWORKS AND WASTE SYSTEMS OPERATORS

Subject: Public Meeting

Date and Time: March 18, 2021, 10 a.m. — 1 p.m.

Place: Via Google Hangouts — Please see details below.

Add’l. Info: A portion of this meeting may be held in closed session. Access link on agenda posted to the Board’s website, mde.maryland.gov/programs/permits/environmentalboards/pages/bww_meetings.aspx.

Contact: Dee Settar (443) 677-9070

[21-05-02]

 

BOARD OF WELL DRILLERS

Subject: Public Meeting

Date and Time: March 24, 2021, 9 a.m. — 1 p.m.

Place: Via Google Hangouts — Please see details below.

Add’l. Info: A portion of this meeting may be held in closed session. Access link on agenda posted to Board’s website, mde.maryland.gov/programs/permits/environmentalboards/pages/meetings_of_theboard_ofwelldrillers.aspx.

Contact: Duane Johnson (410) 537-4466

[21-05-03]

 

WORKERS’ COMPENSATION COMMISSION

Subject: Public Meeting

Date and Time: March 11, 2021, 9:30 — 11 a.m.

Place: 10 E. Baltimore St., Baltimore, MD

Add’l. Info: Portions of this meeting may be held in closed session.

Contact: Amy S. Lackington (410) 864-5300

[21-05-01]

 

GOVERNOR’S WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT BOARD

Subject: Public Meeting

Date and Time: March 10, 2021, 3:30 — 5:30 p.m.

Place: Via Google Meet — please see details below.

Add’l. Info: GWDB Quarterly Meeting. Join with Google Meet:

     Link: meet.google.com/dez-vkuh-dts

     Phone: 1-352-612-0488

     PIN: 581 293 502#

Contact: Darla Henson (410) 767-2408

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