MD SB22 | 2017 | Regular Session


Completed Legislative Action
Spectrum: Partisan Bill (? 1-0)
Status: Passed on April 4 2017 - 100% progression
Action: 2017-04-04 - Approved by the Governor - Chapter 7
Text: Latest bill text (Chaptered) [PDF]


Reducing the minimum eligibility threshold for an award of lost earnings or support from the Criminal Injuries Compensation Board; establishing eligibility for a specified award of up to 2 weeks of lost average weekly wages for a parent, child, or spouse of a victim who died as a direct result of a crime or delinquent act; and prohibiting a specified lost wage claim from exceeding $2,000.

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Criminal Procedure - Criminal Injuries Compensation Board - Claimant Award Basis


Roll Calls

2017-03-21 - House - House Floor - Third Reading Passed (138-0) (Y: 138 N: 0 NV: 1 Abs: 2) [PASS]
2017-02-13 - Senate - Senate Floor - Third Reading Passed (46-0) (Y: 46 N: 0 NV: 0 Abs: 1) [PASS]


2017-04-04SenateApproved by the Governor - Chapter 7
2017-03-27SenateReturned Passed
2017-03-24HouseThird Reading Passed (138-0)
2017-03-23HouseSecond Reading Passed
2017-03-23HouseFavorable Report Adopted
2017-03-23HouseFavorable Report by Judiciary
2017-03-21HouseHearing 3/21 at 1:00 p.m.
2017-02-14HouseFirst Reading Judiciary
2017-02-13SenateThird Reading Passed (46-0)
2017-02-08SenateSecond Reading Passed
2017-02-08SenateFavorable Report Adopted
2017-02-06SenateFavorable Report by Judicial Proceedings
2017-01-18SenateHearing 1/18 at 1:00 p.m.
2017-01-11SenateFirst Reading Judicial Proceedings


Maryland State Sources

Bill Comments