SB0517 (CH0004)

Find a 2015 Bill:

2015 Regular Session

 

Entitled:

Criminal Law - Use and Possession of Marijuana and Drug Paraphernalia

Sponsored by:

Senator Zirkin

Status:

Became law per Maryland Constitution, Chapter 4 of 2016


Document Name
Amendments Senate - (Judicial Proceedings) {178278/02 Adopted
Amendments Senate - (Judicial Proceedings) {318871/01 Adopted
Amendments Senate - (Senator Madaleno) {973126/01 Rejected
Amendments House - (Delegate Carozza) {473927/01 Rejected
Amendments House - (Delegate Shoemaker) {533827/01 Rejected
Analysis - Fiscal and Policy Note
Text - First - Criminal Law - Use and Possession of Marijuana and Drug Paraphernalia
Text - Third - Criminal Law - Use and Possession of Marijuana and Drug Paraphernalia
Text - Chapter (2016) - Criminal Law - Use and Possession of Marijuana and Drug Paraphernalia
Governor's Veto Letter
Vote - Senate - Committee - Judicial Proceedings
Vote - House - Committee - Judiciary
Vote - Senate Floor - Veto override (29-17) - 01/21/16
Vote - Senate Floor - Floor Amendment (Madaleno) {973126/1 Rejected (8-38) - 03/18/15
Vote - Senate Floor - Third Reading Passed (32-13) - 03/20/15
Vote - House Floor - Veto override (86-55) - 01/21/16
Vote - House Floor - Motion vote previous question (Vaughn) Adopted (86-50) - 04/05/15
Vote - House Floor - Floor Amendment (Carozza01) Rejected (57-78) - 04/05/15
Vote - House Floor - Floor Amendment (Shoemaker01) Rejected (63-73) - 04/06/15
Vote - House Floor - Third Reading Passed (83-53) - 04/06/15


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  • First reading text - within 24 hours of introduction.
  • Analysis (Fiscal and Policy Note) and the Bond Authorization Fact Sheet - generally at least one day prior to a scheduled hearing.
  • Committee votes - when the Committee releases their report.
  • Committee amendments and individually sponsored amendments - when introduced in the chamber.
  • Conference Committee reports and amendments - when the report is introduced in the chamber.
  • Floor Votes - when they have been officially journalized by the Secretary of the Senate or House Clerk.
  • Attorney General's Bill Review Letter - after legislation is passed.

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February 16, 2016 8:24 A.M.