Bills Pending Maryland Senate Judicial Proceedings Committee

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MDHB231Engross
50%
Authorizing the recipient of a U.S. Department of Defense Next of Kin lapel button to apply for special registration plates; and waiving the initial vehicle registration fee associated with special registration plates issued to the recipient of a Gol...
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2024-02-26
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MDHB278Engross
50%
Authorizing the State Highway Administration to decrease the maximum speed limit by 5 miles per hour on urban State highways without an engineering and traffic investigation.
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2024-02-26
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MDHB368Engross
50%
Altering certain maximum amounts of monetary relief the Maryland Commission on Civil Rights is authorized to award if the Commission finds that a respondent has engaged in a discriminatory act under provisions of law regarding public accommodations a...
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2024-02-26
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MDHB43Engross
50%
Authorizing counties and municipalities to designate certain highways in their respective jurisdictions on which a person may operate a golf cart; authorizing a person to operate a golf cart only on a highway with a maximum posted speed limit of not ...
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2024-02-26
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MDHB387Engross
50%
Altering a requirement that a custodian deny inspection of certain surveillance images of illegal dumping in Baltimore City to allow inspection by an employee or agent of the Baltimore City Department of Housing and Community Development; and authori...
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2024-02-26
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MDHB391Engross
50%
Repealing uncodified provisions of law relating to the Protestant Episcopal Church, Diocese of Washington, commonly known as the "Vestry Act"; and providing for the governance of religious corporations in union with the Protestant Episcopal Church, D...
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2024-02-26
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MDHB93Engross
50%
Limiting a tenant's liability for rent to not more than 2 months' rent after the date on which the tenant vacates a leased premises if a physician or psychologist completes a form specifying that the tenant has a mental disorder, the management of wh...
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2024-02-26
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MDHB605Engross
50%
Requiring recreational vehicle dealers to hold a dealer agreement with a recreational vehicle manufacturer to sell the manufacturer's recreational vehicles in the State; establishing licensing requirements for a recreational vehicle manufacturer, dis...
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2024-02-26
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MDHB480Engross
50%
Requiring the vendor to provide a purchaser under a land installment contract with the results of a title search for the property at or before the time the purchaser signs the contract; requiring the inclusion of certain notice, terms, and recitals i...
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2024-02-26
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MDHB139Engross
50%
Adding gas and electric utility services to the types of utility services for which certain landlords are required to provide a certain notice in a written lease and a copy of a certain receipt or bill summary under certain circumstances.
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2024-02-23
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MDHB309Engross
50%
Altering procedures for the dispute settlement mechanism under the Maryland Cooperative Housing Corporation Act; applying the dispute settlement mechanism established by the Act to apply to any complaint or demand formally arising on or after October...
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2024-02-23
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MDHB176Engross
50%
Authorizing a person who undertakes the towing or removal of a vehicle from a parking lot to notify the insurer of record electronically if that form of notice is agreed to by the tower and the insurer of record in a certain manner.
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2024-02-23
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MDSB1050Intro
25%
Exempting cooperative housing corporations, condominiums, and homeowners associations from conducting reserve studies on the vote of at least two-thirds of the members or owners.
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2024-02-19
[Hearing: Mar 7 @ 1:00 pm]
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MDSB662Intro
25%
Providing that the creative expression of a criminal defendant or juvenile respondent is not admissible against the defendant or respondent unless the court makes certain findings; and defining "creative expression" as the expression or application o...
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2024-02-19
[Hearing: Mar 5 @ 1:00 pm]
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MDHB229Engross
50%
Requiring motor vehicle insurance companies to participate in the Motor Vehicle Administration's online verification program for vehicle insurance policies for law enforcement and administrative purposes; and requiring motor vehicle insurance compani...
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2024-02-16
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MDHB230Engross
50%
Authorizing the Motor Vehicle Administration to access electronically from the Maryland Department of Health a copy of a death certificate and, on request, provide any person authorized by regulations with a certified or abridged copy of a death cert...
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2024-02-16
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MDHB178Engross
50%
Authorizing the Motor Vehicle Administration to issue certain special disabled veteran registration plates to disabled veterans who are between 50% and 99%, inclusive, service-connected disabled as designated or classified by the U.S. Department of V...
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2024-02-16
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MDHB161Engross
50%
Exempting certain applicants for identification cards who present certain documentation from the issuance fee for the identification card; extending the term of certain learner's instructional permits from 180 days to 1 year after the date of issuanc...
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2024-02-16
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MDHB159Engross
50%
Altering certain requirements for procedures relating to electric vehicle recharging equipment; establishing requirements and procedures relating to an application to the governing body of a cooperative housing corporation to install or use electric ...
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2024-02-16
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MDHB113Engross
50%
Prohibiting an adult from allowing certain minors to ride a horse, donkey, mule, or pony on a highway, a public horse-riding path, or the grounds of a facility for which the primary purpose is recreational, educational, therapeutic, or competitive eq...
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2024-02-16
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MDHB216Engross
50%
Authorizing certain governing bodies of a condominium to grant certain interests affecting the common elements of the condominium for the installation and use of leased clean energy equipment.
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2024-02-14
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MDHB143Engross
50%
Establishing the unenforceability of contracts for the sale of condominium units that do not contain certain notice relating to the presence of asbestos.
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2024-02-14
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MDHB13Engross
50%
Authorizing a condominium regime to be established on certain land owned by an affordable housing land trust.
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2024-02-14
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MDHB102Engross
50%
Requiring a rear passenger on a motorcycle to be able to firmly position the passenger's feet on the footrests of the motorcycle, subject to an exception for permanent physical disability.
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2024-02-14
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MDHB111Engross
50%
Authorizing a person to ride a bicycle, play vehicle, or unicycle on a sidewalk or sidewalk area unless prohibited by local ordinance; and requiring a person riding a bicycle, play vehicle, or unicycle on a sidewalk or sidewalk area or in or through ...
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2024-02-14
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MDSB635Intro
25%
Altering the number of years of criminal history, from 7 years to 3 years, that are reviewed in a certain reusable tenant screening report; establishing certain prohibitions and limitations on the review and consideration of a prospective tenant's cr...
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2024-02-13
[Hearing: Mar 7 @ 1:00 pm]
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MDSB550Intro
25%
Adding labor trafficking by a child's parent or guardian to the list of conditions under which a local department of social services is authorized to ask the juvenile court in a child in need of assistance proceeding to find that reasonable efforts t...
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2024-02-12
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MDSB538Intro
25%
Repealing certain limitations on noneconomic damages in civil actions for personal injury or wrongful death; and applying the Act prospectively.
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2024-02-12
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MDSB488Intro
25%
Prohibiting firearm industry members from knowingly creating, maintaining, or contributing to a public nuisance through the sale, manufacture, distribution, importation, or marketing of a firearm-related product under certain circumstances; requiring...
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2024-02-12
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MDSB1098Intro
25%
Prohibiting the earning of diminution credits to reduce the term of confinement of an incarcerated individual who is serving a sentence for rape in the first degree in a State or local correctional facility.
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2024-02-12
[Hearing: Feb 27 @ 1:00 pm]
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MDSB665Intro
25%
Reducing the percentage of unit owners listed on the current roster of a condominium needed to consent to an amendment of a condominium's declaration if none of the units of the condominium are owned by a developer of the condominium from 80% to 66 2...
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2024-02-12
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MDSB663Intro
25%
Establishing a rebuttable presumption in certain child custody proceedings that joint legal custody and joint physical custody for approximately equal periods of time are in the best interests of a child and establishing factors a court may consider ...
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2024-02-12
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MDSB619Intro
25%
Substituting civil penalties in place of criminal penalties for certain offenses relating to possessing, possessing with the intent to distribute, and cultivating cannabis and manufacturing cannabis products.
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2024-02-12
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MDSB630Intro
25%
Prohibiting the creation of a lien on owner-occupied residential property by contract or as a result of a breach of contract for the payment of medical debt.
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2024-02-12
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MDSB643Intro
25%
Repealing a certain provision of law requiring a custodian to deny inspection of certain surveillance images of illegal dumping in Baltimore City except under certain circumstances.
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2024-02-12
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MDSB664Intro
25%
Requiring the vendor to provide a purchaser under a land installment contract with the results of a title search for the property at or before the time the purchaser signs the contract; requiring the inclusion of certain notice, terms, and recitals i...
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2024-02-12
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MDSB838Intro
25%
Authorizing certain members of a volunteer fire company to equip their privately owned vehicles with red and green or red and white lights or signal devices.
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2024-02-12
[Hearing: Feb 28 @ 1:00 pm]
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MDSB624Intro
25%
Establishing the Task Force to Study Public Information Act Requests Made to Law Enforcement; and requiring the Task Force to submit an interim report of its findings to the General Assembly on or before December 31, 2024, and a final report on or be...
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2024-02-12
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MDSB644Intro
25%
Authorizing a county to adopt by local law or ordinance provisions prohibiting a landlord of residential property from failing to renew a lease or from terminating a holdover tenancy without just cause; and establishing certain requirements for a loc...
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2024-02-12
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MDSB632Intro
25%
Authorizing a certain person to petition for a peace order against another person whom the petitioner alleges has conducted visual surveillance of areas of the petitioner's residence where the petitioner has a reasonable expectation of privacy.
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2024-02-12
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MDSB590Intro
25%
Altering certain provisions of law prohibiting discrimination based on certain protected characteristics to include prohibitions on discrimination based on sexual orientation, gender identity, race, religious beliefs, marital status, and disability.
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2024-02-12
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MDSB562Intro
25%
Establishing the Workgroup to Study the Salary of the Sheriff of Frederick County to study the salaries of the sheriff in each county in the State and any other law enforcement position with similar responsibilities and preparation requirements as a ...
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2024-02-08
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MDSB992Intro
25%
Requiring a landlord to provide certain notice to a tenant when a court has issued a warrant of restitution for a failure of a tenant to pay rent, a breach of lease, or a tenant holding over under certain circumstances; establishing certain procedure...
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2024-02-07
[Hearing: Mar 7 @ 1:00 pm]
To Senate Judicial Proceedings Committee
MDSB885Intro
25%
Altering the limitation on the liability of a tenant for rent due under a lease due to the tenant's inability to live at the leased premises because of a medical condition to include individuals who will be under the care of a medical professional, p...
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2024-02-07
[Hearing: Mar 7 @ 1:00 pm]
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MDSB890Intro
25%
Altering certain benefits that a certain individual who has been erroneously convicted of a crime is entitled to receive; requiring the State to notify a certain individual of certain information in writing under certain circumstances when the State ...
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2024-02-07
[Hearing: Feb 28 @ 1:00 pm]
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MDSB1096Intro
25%
Requiring that an application for a license, an identification card, or a moped operator's permit allow an applicant to indicate the applicant's nonapparent disability; and requiring the Motor Vehicle Administration to ensure that the license, identi...
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2024-02-07
[Hearing: Mar 5 @ 1:00 pm]
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MDSB894Intro
25%
Repealing a prohibition on certain Baltimore City ordinances or acts of certain municipal officials from conflicting, impeding, obstructing, hindering, or interfering with the powers of the Baltimore City Police Commissioner.
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2024-02-07
[Hearing: Mar 5 @ 1:00 pm]
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MDSB1004Intro
25%
Repealing the time limitation within which the Motor Vehicle Administration is required to make available specially designed vintage reproduction registration plates; and requiring the Administration to charge a fee of $100 for the initial issuance a...
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2024-02-07
[Hearing: Mar 6 @ 1:00 pm]
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MDSB870Intro
25%
Allowing plug-in electric drive vehicles and certain other electric vehicles to exceed gross, axle, tandem, and bridge weight limits by up to an additional 2,000 pounds total.
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2024-02-07
[Hearing: Mar 6 @ 1:00 pm]
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MDSB868Intro
25%
Repealing the cap of up to $10,000 on the compensatory damages for which a person who tortiously causes an injury to or death of a pet is liable.
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2024-02-07
[Hearing: Feb 29 @ 1:00 pm]
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