Maryland Legislature | 2018 | Regular Session | Adjourned Sine Die

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Active Maryland Bills (Introduced, Engrossed, Enrolled, Passed)

BillSummaryAction
HB640Increasing from $114,500 to $124,500 the maximum salary of a register of wills; and providing for the application of the Act.2018-05-26
Enacted under Article II, Section 17(c) of the Maryland Constitution - Chapter 822
SB120Authorizing a court to decree an absolute divorce on the grounds of mutual consent if the parties have minor children, under certain circumstances; requiring a certain settlement agreement to provide for the care, custody, access, and support of mino...2018-05-26
Enacted under Article II, Section 17(c) of the Maryland Constitution - Chapter 850
HB137Prohibiting a nonairport taxicab operator from soliciting commercial passengers at Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport; requiring a nonairport taxicab operator to immediately depart the Baltimore-Washington International Thur...2018-05-26
Enacted under Article II, Section 17(c) of the Maryland Constitution - Chapter 803
SB566Altering a certain provision of law limiting the amount of a finder's fee that may be charged by a mortgage broker obtaining a mortgage loan with respect to the same property more than once within a 24-month period.2018-05-26
Enacted under Article II, Section 17(c) of the Maryland Constitution - Chapter 845
HB546Altering the prevailing wage law to apply to structures or works, including bridges, buildings, ditches, roads, alleys, waterworks, or sewage disposal plants, funded with certain bond proceeds in tax increment financing development districts created ...2018-05-26
Enacted under Article II, Section 17(c) of the Maryland Constitution - Chapter 817
HB1357Altering the salaries of the County Commissioners of Calvert County, the Sheriff of Calvert County, and the County Treasurer of Calvert County; and providing for the application of the Act.2018-05-26
Enacted under Article II, Section 17(c) of the Maryland Constitution - Chapter 841
HB981Altering the definition of "campaign material" to include certain material that is disseminated and certain qualifying paid digital communications; altering the definition of "public communication" to include certain qualifying paid digital communica...2018-05-26
Enacted under Article II, Section 17(c) of the Maryland Constitution - Chapter 834
SB795Prohibiting private career schools, for-profit institutions of higher education, and certain institutions of higher education required to register with the Maryland Higher Education Commission under certain circumstances from enrolling certain studen...2018-05-26
Enacted under Article II, Section 17(c) of the Maryland Constitution - Chapter 836
HB109Establishing the Community Development Program in the Department of Housing and Community Development; establishing the Community Development Board in the Department; establishing the Community Development Fund to provide financial assistance to comm...2018-05-26
Enacted under Article II, Section 17(c) of the Maryland Constitution - Chapter 801
HB809Altering the salary of the Sheriff of Howard County; and providing for the application of the Act.2018-05-26
Enacted under Article II, Section 17(c) of the Maryland Constitution - Chapter 829

Most Viewed Maryland Bills

BillSummaryText
SB1068Altering the definition of "unfair or deceptive trade practice" to be "unfair, abusive, or deceptive trade practice"; providing that the purpose of the Act is to support enforcement by and funding of the Office of the Attorney General and the Commiss...Bill Text
HB1634Altering the definition of "unfair or deceptive trade practice" to be "unfair, abusive, or deceptive trade practice"; providing the purpose of the Act is to support enforcement by and funding of the Office of the Attorney General and the Commissioner...Bill Text
HB2Altering the definition of "grower" to mean an entity that cultivates or packages medical cannabis and is authorized to provide cannabis to certain entities; establishing a Compassionate Use Fund to provide access to medical cannabis for certain indi...Bill Text
HB1302Authorizing certain individuals to file a petition for an extreme risk protective order with a certain court or a District Commissioner under certain circumstances; requiring a petition for an extreme risk protective order to contain certain informat...Bill Text
SB122Providing that the use of a firearm in the commission of a felony or other crime of violence constitutes a crime of violence; expanding the list of controlled dangerous substances applicable to a certain prohibition against volume dealing; increasing...Bill Text
SB1062Prohibiting a person from possessing a certain detachable magazine that has a capacity of more than 10 rounds of ammunition; prohibiting a person from possessing a regulated firearm if the person was previously convicted of a certain crime involving ...Bill Text
SB50Altering a certain subtraction modification under the Maryland income tax to include certain retirement income attributable to a resident's employment with the District of Columbia as a law enforcement officer or member of a fire, rescue, or emergenc...Bill Text
SB1039Amending the Maryland Constitution to establish that, subject to certain exceptions, an individual in the State who is at least 21 years old may under State law use cannabis, possess up to 1 ounce of cannabis, cultivate up to 6 cannabis plants, and s...Bill Text
SB99Clarifying that personal protection or self-defense can qualify as a good and substantial reason to wear, carry, or transport a handgun for purposes of the issuance by the Secretary of State Police of a permit to carry, wear, or transport a handgun.Bill Text
SB69Requiring institutions of postsecondary education to provide certain education loan information annually to each undergraduate student enrolled in the institution who applies for federal student aid in the applicable award year; etc.Bill Text

Most Monitored Maryland Bills

BillSummaryText
SB1062Prohibiting a person from possessing a certain detachable magazine that has a capacity of more than 10 rounds of ammunition; prohibiting a person from possessing a regulated firearm if the person was previously convicted of a certain crime involving ...Bill Text
SB1039Amending the Maryland Constitution to establish that, subject to certain exceptions, an individual in the State who is at least 21 years old may under State law use cannabis, possess up to 1 ounce of cannabis, cultivate up to 6 cannabis plants, and s...Bill Text
SB99Clarifying that personal protection or self-defense can qualify as a good and substantial reason to wear, carry, or transport a handgun for purposes of the issuance by the Secretary of State Police of a permit to carry, wear, or transport a handgun.Bill Text
HB760Authorizing a county board to authorize school employees in the county board's school system to carry a handgun on school property only if the handgun is secured on the person's body; requiring the Secretary of State Police to issue a handgun permit ...Bill Text
HB1264Amending the Maryland Constitution to establish that, subject to certain exceptions, an individual in the State who is at least 21 years old may under State law use cannabis, possess up to 1 ounce of cannabis, cultivate up to 6 cannabis plants, and s...Bill Text
SB132Establishing that certain persons who are required to provide certain notice or make certain reports of suspected child abuse or neglect may not knowingly fail to give the notice or make the report if the person has actual knowledge of the abuse or n...Bill Text
SB304Delaying the effective date of the Maryland Healthy Working Families Act until July 1, 2018.Bill Text
SB526Providing that an agreement by a foreign worker to waive certain rights is void as contrary to public policy; requiring an individual to be licensed by the Commissioner before the individual may perform a foreign labor contracting service in the Stat...Bill Text
SB27Authorizing a person to apply for preliminary approval of a handgun permit without completing a certified firearms training course; requiring the Secretary of State Police to investigate an application for a handgun permit; requiring the Secretary to...Bill Text
SB131Requiring that each health practitioner, police officer, educator, and human service worker in the State receive periodic training on the obligation to report child abuse and neglect and on the identification of abused and neglected children; etc.Bill Text

Maryland Sessions

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2018Regular Session3127852BrowseSearchDownload
2017Regular Session2879852BrowseSearchDownload
2016Regular Session2832735BrowseSearchDownload
2015Regular Session2248495BrowseSearchDownload
2014Regular Session2693657BrowseSearchDownload
2013Regular Session2618692BrowseSearchDownload
20121st Special Session193BrowseSearchDownload
2012Regular Session2603721BrowseSearchDownload
20111st Special Session553BrowseSearchDownload
2011Regular Session2370621BrowseSearchDownload
2010Regular Session2720740BrowseSearchDownload
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