About Schedules

The weekly schedule is issued anew each Thursday and includes the dates, times, locations, and topics for meetings being held by committees of the General Assembly and other state government groups. Addenda to the weekly schedule are published as necessary.

Meetings are generally held in late morning or early afternoon.

During the legislative session standing committee meetings include:

  • Public hearings on all assigned legislation. Withdrawn legislation does not always receive a hearing.
  • Briefings on subject matters as determined by the chair from agencies and selected organizations.
  • Receiving testimony from sponsors and other parties supporting or opposing legislation
  • Reviewing the Governor’s nominees to cabinet positions, certain Judgeships, and various boards and commissions (Senate Executive Nominations Committee only)
  • Hearing agency representatives discuss the budgets of specific units of State government (Budget Committees only)
  • Receiving proposed amendments
  • Voting to approve or reject legislation

Between sessions, scheduled meetings continue the work of General Assembly committees and its task forces, commissions, and special issue workgroups.

Certain committees webcast their meetings live and recordings can be listened to or viewed on demand after the meeting has concluded. Prior schedules and addenda are available online and in printed format.



november 13, 2017

SCHOOL-TO-PRISON PIPE AND RESTOR PRAC, COMM ON THE


                                 1:00 P.M.      Krongard Room
                                    to          First Floor
                                 4:00 P.M.      University of Maryland
                                                School of Law
                                                500 West Baltimore Street
                                                Baltimore, MD


   Subject:  Maryland disciplinary practices and state and national best
             practices in training teachers, administrators, and school staff
             in restorative practices as a means to eliminate the school-to-
             prison pipeline
Further Details

October 19, 2017 12:21 P.M.