Maryland Legislature | 2017 | Regular Session

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

BillSummaryAction
HB210Expanding the membership of the Board of License Commissioners for Anne Arundel County to five members; requiring that each member of the Board represent a different legislative district in the county; requiring that the Governor appoint members who ...2017-02-20
HB71Repealing the restriction on a holder of a Class 8 farm brewery license to sell or serve only specified types of food; and allowing the holder to sell and serve food if the holder is licensed to operate a food establishment.2017-02-20
HB47Authorizing in Queen Anne's County a holder of a Class D beer, wine, and liquor license and a Class 9 limited distillery license to sell liquor for off-premises consumption; and providing an annual license fee of $1800.2017-02-20
HB42Allowing the holder of a Class 1 distillery license to establish and operate a plant for distilling, rectifying, blending, and bottling specified alcoholic beverages at the location described in the license; allowing the license holder to acquire alc...2017-02-20
HB179Establishing in Frederick County a barbershop beer and wine license; requiring a recipient of the license to be a holder of a barbershop permit; authorizing a holder of the license to provide no more than 5 ounces of beer or wine by the glass for on-...2017-02-20
HB178Altering from 11 a.m. to 10 a.m. the starting time on Sunday for the sale of alcoholic beverages for specified license holders in Frederick County for specified purposes.2017-02-20
HB228Authorizing a provider of water or sewerage system service to temporarily shut off service for reasons of health or safety or in a State or national emergency; requiring a provider to mail a specified notice when temporarily shutting off service; pro...2017-02-15
HB177Exempting an individual who kills or wounds a black bear in defense of the life of a bee in a bee colony from specified penalties.2017-02-15
HB211Prohibiting a person from sponsoring, conducting, or participating in a cownose ray fishing contest in State waters; and requiring the Secretary of Natural Resources to adopt specified regulations.2017-02-15
HB82Repealing provisions relating to the Woodrow Wilson Bridge and Tunnel Compact; repealing a requirement that the Governor execute the compact with the Commonwealth of Virginia and the District of Columbia under specified circumstances; repealing the W...2017-02-09

Top Maryland Sponsors

House Sponsors# BillsRSS
Del. Eric Luedtke [D]35Syndicate content
Del. Frank Conaway [D]33Syndicate content
Del. James Tarlau [D]27Syndicate content
Del. Marc Korman [D]25Syndicate content
Del. Pamela Queen [D]22Syndicate content
Senate Sponsors# BillsRSS
Sen. Ronald Young [D]50Syndicate content
Sen. Brian Feldman [D]44Syndicate content
Sen. Roger Manno [D]42Syndicate content
Sen. Johnny Salling [R]42Syndicate content
Sen. Thomas Middleton [D]41Syndicate content

Most Viewed Maryland Bills

BillSummaryText
HB65Requiring employers that employ 15 or more employees to provide employees with earned sick and safe leave that is paid at the same wage rate as the employee normally earns; requiring employers with 14 or fewer employees to provide an employee with un...Bill Text
HB59Authorizing a person to replace a lost or broken assault weapon that was lawfully possessed in accordance with specified provisions of law if the replacement is registered with the Secretary of State Police.Bill Text
SB13Clarifying that service in the Maryland Defense Force is at will and voluntary; altering the classes of State militia; repealing the requirement that a specified individual take a specified oath; repealing specified authorization and requirements rel...Bill Text
SB48Requiring specified health insurance carriers, under specified circumstances, to make available during a specified time period Medicare supplement policy plans A and C to individuals who are under the age of 65 years but are eligible for Medicare due...Bill Text
SB1Requiring county boards of education, beginning in the 2018-2019 school year, to report specified information relating to the provision of specialized intervention services to the State Department of Education and the General Assembly on or before De...Bill Text
HB13Requiring the Police Commissioner of Baltimore City to post signs reasonably calculated to notify the public of the presence of an area designated as a "High Crime Zone", A "Stop and Frisk Zone", or any similar name; and requiring signs to be placed ...Bill Text
SB27Repealing specified provisions exempting a health care practitioner from making a specified report regarding a substance-exposed newborn under specified circumstances; and making the Act an emergency measure.Bill Text
HB25Including law enforcement officers within the scope of specified prohibitions against committing crimes against specified persons, damaging property of specified persons, and burning objects and damaging specified buildings in circumstances exhibitin...Bill Text
HB49Requiring the Maryland Transportation Authority to implement a procedure at the William Preston Lane, Jr. Memorial Chesapeake Bay Bridge by July 1, 2027, that requires all tolls to be paid by an electronic means that allows vehicles to pass through t...Bill Text
HB39Requiring the Baltimore City Board of School Commissioners, in collaboration with the Chief Executive Officer of the Baltimore City Board of School Commissioners and the Baltimore Public Art Commission, to establish and implement a program of mainten...Bill Text

Most Monitored Maryland Bills

BillSummaryText
HB65Requiring employers that employ 15 or more employees to provide employees with earned sick and safe leave that is paid at the same wage rate as the employee normally earns; requiring employers with 14 or fewer employees to provide an employee with un...Bill Text
SB39Correcting cross-references to the Annotated Code of Maryland in the Code of Public Local Laws of Somerset County; and updating incorrect references to the County Treasurer to the Supervisor of Tax Collection in the Code of Public Local Laws of Somer...Bill Text
SB55Establishing that specified employers are not liable for negligently hiring or failing to adequately supervise an employee based on evidence that the employee has received probation before judgment for an offense or has been convicted of an offense u...Bill Text
SB186Prohibiting a person from selling in the State specified expanded polystyrene food service products or expanded polystyrene loose fill packaging on or after January 1, 2018; prohibiting specified food service businesses from selling or providing food...Bill Text
HB150Making the proposed appropriations contained in the State Budget for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2018, in accordance with Article III, Section 52 of the Maryland Constitution; etc.Bill Text
HB258Requiring the owner of an adult entertainment establishment to post the National Human Trafficking Resource Center Hotline information sign in each restroom of the adult entertainment establishment in a specified manner; requiring a specified agency ...Bill Text
SB308Altering the definition of "sexual abuse" in provisions of law relating to child abuse to include the sex trafficking of a child; defining the terms "sexual molestation or exploitation" and "sex trafficking" in provisions of law relating to child abu...Bill Text
HB276Extending the statute of limitations applicable to specified civil actions relating to human trafficking; and providing that the Act may not be construed to apply retroactively to revive any action that was barred by the application of the period of ...Bill Text
SB222Extending the statute of limitations applicable to specified civil actions relating to human trafficking; and providing that the Act may not be construed to apply retroactively to revive any action that was barred by the application of the period of ...Bill Text
SB170Making the proposed appropriations contained in the State Budget for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2018, in accordance with Article III, Section 52 of the Maryland Constitution; etc.Bill Text

Maryland Sessions

YearSessionIntroducedCompletedLegislationSearchDataset
2017Regular Session6200BrowseSearchDownload
2016Regular Session2832734BrowseSearchDownload
2015Regular Session2248495BrowseSearchDownload
2014Regular Session2693657BrowseSearchDownload
2013Regular Session2618692BrowseSearchDownload
20121st Special Session193BrowseSearchDownload
2012Regular Session2603721BrowseSearchDownload
20111st Special Session553BrowseSearchDownload
2011Regular Session2370621BrowseSearchDownload
2010Regular Session2720740BrowseSearchDownload
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