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The Senate and House Agendas include all scheduled calendars. Additional calendars, messages. or other items may be added to the Agenda during the daily session and may not always appear on the Agenda displayed here.

The Secretary of the Senate prepares a legislative calendar or agenda each day reflecting the matters to be considered during the floor session. The agenda includes committee reports, bills that have been “laid over” or “special ordered” from a prior session, bills on third reading, and other items of interest.

In the House of Delegates, the Office of the Chief Clerk prepares individual calendars for each committee report, bills on third reading, or other items of legislative business to be considered at the floor session.



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MARCH 27, 2017 - SESSION 1
March 27, 2017
Message from the Senate: Yeas and Nays No. 4
House Bills Passed In The Senate
HB 642
Delegate Wilson, C.
Civil Actions - Child Sexual Abuse - Statute of Limitations and Required Findings
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Economic Matters Committee Report No. 20 Consent No. 7
Distribution Date: March 27, 2017
Second Reading Date: March 27, 2017
FAVORABLE
SB 198
Favorable Senator Young
Frederick County - Alcoholic Beverages - Sunday Hours of Sale
SB 209
Favorable Senator Young
Frederick County - Beer and Wine Licenses - Barbershops
SB 453
Favorable Senator Young
Frederick County - Alcoholic Beverages - Restaurants - Average Daily Receipts
SB 559
Favorable Senator Kasemeyer
Baltimore County - Alcoholic Beverages - Issuance of Licenses Near Places of Worship
SB 816
Favorable Cecil County Senators
Cecil County - Alcoholic Beverages - Beer, Wine, and Liquor Tasting License
SB 819
Favorable Senator Hershey
Queen Anne's County - Alcoholic Beverages Inspectors - Qualifications, Powers, and Duties
SB 820
Favorable Senator Hershey
Queen Anne's County - Alcoholic Beverages - Class D Beer, Wine, and Liquor and Class 9 Limited Distillery Licenses
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Economic Matters Committee Report No. 21
Distribution Date: March 27, 2017
Second Reading Date: March 27, 2017
FAVORABLE
SB 17
Favorable Chair, Finance Committee
Unemployment Insurance - Eligibility for Benefits - Business Operation Closings
SB 70
Favorable Senator Waugh
Unemployment Insurance - Exemption From Covered Employment - Youth Sports Workers
SB 72
Favorable Senator Klausmeier
Workers' Compensation - Tiered Rating Plans and Merit Rating Plans
SB 87
Favorable Senator Astle
Maryland Tourism Development Board - Destination Marketing Organization Officials - Voting Rights
SB 140
Favorable Senator Waugh
St. Mary's County - Local Plumbing Code - Repeal
SB 163
Favorable Senator Waugh
St. Mary's County - Electricians and Board of Electrical Examiners - Repeal
SB 183
Favorable President
Mold Remediation Services Providers - Licensure and Program Evaluation
SB 189
Favorable President
Maryland Insurance Administration - Sunset Review - Required Reports and Repeal of Preliminary Evaluation Requirement
SB 190
Favorable President
Elevator Safety Review Board - Sunset Extension, Program Evaluation, and Reporting Requirement
SB 194
Favorable Senator Klausmeier
Workers' Compensation - Medical Benefits - Payment of Medical Services and Treatment
SB 204
(Emergency Bill)
Favorable Washington County Senators
PenMar Development Corporation - Dissolution - Authority of Washington County Over Fort Ritchie
SB 206
Favorable Senator Feldman
Financial Institutions - Qualifications of Directors of Commercial Banks - Residency
SB 218
Favorable Senator Middleton
Public Utilities - Water Companies and Sewage Disposal Companies - Rate Cases and Proceedings
SB 313
Favorable President
(Jointly Considered Economic Matters/Appropriations)
Economic Development - Maryland Energy Innovation Institute
SB 426
Favorable Senator Klausmeier
Workers' Compensation - Permanent Total Disability - Survival of Claim
SB 481
Favorable Senator Feldman
Corporations - Maryland General Corporation Law - Miscellaneous Provisions
SB 858
Favorable Senator Smith
Commercial Law - Maryland Antitrust Act - Indirect Purchasers
UNFAVORABLE
SB 937
Unfavorable Senator Smith
(Jointly Considered Economic Matters/Judiciary)
Alcoholic Beverages - Civil Offenses - Public Consumption and Possession of Open Container
SPECIAL COMMITTEE ACTION
SB 280
Unfavorable Senator Guzzone
(Referred to Interim Study)
Environment - Nonwoven Disposable Products - Advertising and Labeling
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March 22, 2017
Calendar of Third Reading Senate Bills No. 5
SB 184
Senator Middleton
Economic Matters
Energy Efficiency Programs - Calculation of Program Savings and Consideration of Cost-Effectiveness
SB 571
(Amended)
Senator Middleton
Health and Government Operations
Maryland Health Insurance Coverage Protection Act
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MARCH 28, 2017 - SESSION 1
Environment and Transportation Committee Report No. 22
Distribution Date: March 27, 2017
Second Reading Date: March 28, 2017
FAVORABLE
HB 676
Favorable with Amendments Delegate Holmes
Condominiums - Unenforceability of Certain Provisions of Governing Documents
HB 1118
Favorable with Amendments Delegate Lafferty
Natural Resources - Roadside Trees - Preservation and Protection
WITHDRAWN BY SPONSOR
HB 1477
Unfavorable Delegate McMillan
Motor Vehicles - Wireless Communication Devices - Prohibited Acts
SPECIAL COMMITTEE ACTION
HB 1520
Unfavorable Delegate Flanagan
(Referred to Interim Study)
Vehicle Laws - Personal Motor Vehicle Rentals
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Environment and Transportation Committee Report No. 23
Distribution Date: March 27, 2017
Second Reading Date: March 28, 2017
FAVORABLE
HB 671
Favorable with Amendments Delegate Anderson
Baltimore City - Office of the Baltimore City Sheriff - Positions
HB 1551
Favorable with Amendments Prince George's County Delegation
Prince George's County Local Management Board - Strategic Plan and Report PG 426-17
HB 1636
Favorable with Amendments Prince George's County Delegation
Prince George's County - School Facilities and Public Safety Surcharges - Maryland Transit Administration Station PG 430-17
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