Maryland Legislature | 2021 | Regular Session | Adjourned Sine Die

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

BillSummaryAction
HB114Establishing the Purple Line Construction Zone Grant Program to provide funds to qualified small businesses to assist in offsetting business revenue lost as a result of the construction of the Purple Line light rail project; requiring in each of fisc...2021-05-28
Vetoed by the Governor (Policy)
HB466Requiring each institution of higher education to provide the telephone number of Maryland's Helpline, or an on-campus crisis center that operates 24 hours a day and 365 days a year, on student identification cards, if provided by the institution; au...2021-05-28
Vetoed by the Governor (Duplicative)
SB199Establishing the Purple Line Construction Zone Grant Program to provide funds to qualified small businesses to assist in offsetting business revenue lost due to the construction of the Purple Line light rail project; requiring in each of fiscal years...2021-05-28
Vetoed by the Governor (Policy)
HB2Altering from voting to nonvoting the type of membership position the Executive Director of the Maryland Environmental Service holds on the Board of Directors of the Service; removing the Deputy Director of the Service from the Board; requiring the D...2021-05-28
Vetoed by the Governor (Duplicative)
SB500Entering into the Psychology Interjurisdictional Compact; stating that the purpose of the Compact is to regulate the practice of telepsychology across state boundaries; establishing certain criteria and duties for compact states; requiring certain ps...2021-05-28
Vetoed by the Governor (Duplicative)
SB97Requiring the Maryland Transit Administration, in cooperation with certain stakeholders, to develop and implement a Purple Line marketing plan designed to generate early interest in and promote use of the Purple Line; requiring the Governor to includ...2021-05-28
Vetoed by the Governor (Policy)
HB836Requiring, on or before June 1, 2021, the Maryland Department of Health, in collaboration with local health departments of the State and the Maryland State Department of Education, to adopt and implement a 2-year plan to respond to the outbreak of CO...2021-05-28
Vetoed by the Governor (Policy)
HB97Establishing the Office of Statewide Broadband in the Department of Housing and Community Development to ensure that every resident of the State is supported by high-quality broadband Internet service at an affordable price and has the tools necessar...2021-05-28
Vetoed by the Governor (Duplicative)
SB9Requiring the Chancellor of the University System of Maryland to act on behalf of the University System of Maryland and certain system institutions for the purpose of collective bargaining; requiring the Chancellor and the exclusive representative to...2021-05-28
Vetoed by the Governor (Policy)
SB95Requiring certain investor-owned gas, electric, or combination gas and electric companies to require certain contractors and subcontractors to pay their employees not less than the prevailing wage rate for certain projects involving the construction,...2021-05-28
Vetoed by the Governor (Policy)

Most Viewed Maryland Bills

BillSummaryText
HB670Repealing the Law Enforcement Officers' Bill of Rights; prohibiting a police officer from preventing a citizen from recording the officer's actions if the citizen is otherwise acting lawfully and safely; establishing the Maryland Loan Assistance Repa...Bill Text
HB32Altering a certain quantity threshold and establishing a certain age limit applicable to a certain civil offense of use or possession of cannabis; establishing a civil offense for use or possession of a certain amount of cannabis for a person of at l...Bill Text
HB581Requiring each essential employer to take certain actions related to occupational safety and health during an emergency; providing that an essential worker has the right to refuse to perform a certain task as provided under certain provisions of law;...Bill Text
SB178Requiring that an application for a certain no-knock search warrant be approved in writing by a police supervisor and the State's Attorney; requiring a certain no-knock search warrant to be executed between 8:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m., absent exigent ci...Bill Text
HB940Authorizing sports wagering license holders to accept wagers on sporting events by certain methods and in certain locations; requiring certain fantasy competition operators to register with the State Lottery and Gaming Control Commission before offer...Bill Text
HB175Requiring an ammunition vendor to confirm identification and conduct a background check on a purchaser or transferee of ammunition before the sale or transfer of ammunition; prohibiting an ammunition vendor from completing the purchase or the transfe...Bill Text
SB787Exempting, from a certain tax on annual gross revenues derived from digital advertising services in the State, advertisement services on digital interfaces owned or operated by or operated on behalf of a broadcast entity and news media entity; prohib...Bill Text
SB496Providing certain financing during fiscal years 2021 and 2022 for the purpose of relieving the adverse effects of the coronavirus pandemic; allowing, for certain taxable years, a subtraction under the Maryland income tax for certain unemployment insu...Bill Text
SB245Prohibiting a school resource officer from entering a school building except if summoned by a school administrator or official to respond to an emergency involving violence or the threat of violence, to participate in certain training, or to use cert...Bill Text
HB134Providing that certain licenses to manufacture, sell, buy, and store cigarettes, other tobacco products, and electronic smoking devices do not authorize the licensee to or to attempt to manufacture, ship, import, or sell into or within the State a fl...Bill Text

Most Monitored Maryland Bills

BillSummaryText
SB245Prohibiting a school resource officer from entering a school building except if summoned by a school administrator or official to respond to an emergency involving violence or the threat of violence, to participate in certain training, or to use cert...Bill Text
HB151Repealing the Law Enforcement Officers' Bill of Rights; providing for the prospective application of the Act; and requiring the publishers of the Annotated Code of Maryland, in consultation with and subject to the approval of the Department of Legisl...Bill Text
HB32Altering a certain quantity threshold and establishing a certain age limit applicable to a certain civil offense of use or possession of cannabis; establishing a civil offense for use or possession of a certain amount of cannabis for a person of at l...Bill Text
HB670Repealing the Law Enforcement Officers' Bill of Rights; prohibiting a police officer from preventing a citizen from recording the officer's actions if the citizen is otherwise acting lawfully and safely; establishing the Maryland Loan Assistance Repa...Bill Text
HB175Requiring an ammunition vendor to confirm identification and conduct a background check on a purchaser or transferee of ammunition before the sale or transfer of ammunition; prohibiting an ammunition vendor from completing the purchase or the transfe...Bill Text
HB314Prohibiting, on or after July 1, 2022, a certain retail establishment from distributing plastic carryout bags to a customer at the point of sale; providing that, on or after July 1, 2022, only the State may enact a law or take other action to prohibi...Bill Text
HB139Authorizing a person to seek certain relief for use of force by a law enforcement officer that is inconsistent with a certain provision of the Act by filing a civil action with a certain court; providing that a certain person is not precluded from pu...Bill Text
SB627Repealing certain provisions of the Law Enforcement Officers' Bill of Rights; providing for the discipline of law enforcement officers; providing that provisions of the Act supersede and preempt any other law of the State, a county, or a municipal co...Bill Text
SB414Requiring the State to reduce statewide greenhouse gas emissions by 60% from 2006 levels by 2030; requiring the State to achieve net-zero statewide greenhouse gas emissions by 2045; requiring the Maryland Department of Labor to adopt regulations esta...Bill Text
SB223Prohibiting, on or after July 1, 2022, a certain retail establishment from distributing plastic carryout bags to a customer at the point of sale; providing that, on or after July 1, 2022, only the State may enact a law or take other action to prohibi...Bill Text

Maryland Sessions

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2021Regular Session2359771BrowseSearchDownload
2020Regular Session2762635BrowseSearchDownload
2019Regular Session2497772BrowseSearchDownload
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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