Maryland Senator Johnny Mautz [R]

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MDSB289PassAltering the name of the Veterans of the Afghanistan and Iraq Conflicts Scholarship to be the Douglas J. J. Peters Veterans of the Afghanistan and Iraq Conflicts Scholarship.
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2023-05-16
Approved by the Governor - Chapter 733
MDSB302PassAltering the timing of the annual election of the officers of the Talbot County Board of Education to be at its last meeting at the end of each calendar year, or at the meeting in December each year.
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2023-05-16
Approved by the Governor - Chapter 783
MDSB634PassIncreasing the amount of the inspection tax levied on marketable oysters shipped in the shell to any place outside the State from 30 cents to $1 per bushel; increasing the amount of the severance tax levied on oysters caught within certain natural oy...
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2023-05-16
Approved by the Governor - Chapter 780
MDSB228PassRequiring the Department of Aging to oversee and train the staff of long-term care and dementia care navigation programs; requiring each area agency to develop a long-term care and dementia care navigation program that consists of new or existing ser...
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2023-05-16
Approved by the Governor - Chapter 667
MDSB231PassRequiring, unless the child's family has requested that the child be removed, that a child on the registry for the Autism Waiver remain on the registry if the child's family relocates out of the State for military service.
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2023-05-12
Approved by the Governor - Chapter 621
MDSB246PassAuthorizing the governing body of Wicomico County to create a sanitary district.
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2023-05-08
Approved by the Governor - Chapter 510
MDSB823PassRequiring the Department of Natural Resources to provide a discount of at least $40 on annual State park passes for all first responders and law enforcement officers who are Maryland residents.
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2023-05-08
Approved by the Governor - Chapter 511
MDSB362PassRequiring the Maryland Department of Health to apply to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration at the Center for Mental Health Services for federal planning, development, and implementation grant funds related to certified comm...
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2023-05-03
Approved by the Governor - Chapter 275
MDSB534PassExtending to June 30, 2025, the inclusion of certain audio-only telephone conversations under the definition of "telehealth" for the purpose of certain provisions of law relating to reimbursement and coverage of telehealth by the Maryland Medical Ass...
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2023-05-03
Approved by the Governor - Chapter 382
MDSB493PassEstablishing the Commission to Study Trauma Center Funding in Maryland to study the adequacy of trauma center funding across the State for operating, capital, and workforce costs; and requiring the Commission to report its finding and recommendations...
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2023-05-03
Approved by the Governor - Chapter 342
MDSB794PassRequiring the Maryland Department of Health to adopt regulations that establish certain food service facility standards for certain residential programs that have fewer than 17 residents.
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2023-05-03
Approved by the Governor - Chapter 343
MDSB581PassEstablishing the Behavioral Health Value-Based Purchasing Pilot Program in the Maryland Department of Health to establish and implement an intensive care coordination model using value-based purchasing in the specialty behavioral health system; requi...
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2023-05-03
Approved by the Governor - Chapter 369
MDSB624PassAllowing an individual or a business entity to claim a credit against the State income tax for the first $500 of the purchase price of an automated external defibrillator purchased for use at a restaurant location in the State with annual gross incom...
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2023-05-03
Approved by the Governor - Chapter 307
MDSB234PassRequiring that the Health Services Cost Review Commission exercise its authority to consider certain standards when determining the reasonableness of certain rates in a manner that is consistent with the all-payer model contract.
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2023-05-03
Approved by the Governor - Chapter 374
MDSB90PassProhibiting a person from making certain telephone solicitations to a certain called party in a certain manner by restricting the methods, times, and identifying information that the person making the call may utilize; and making a violation of the A...
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2023-05-03
Approved by the Governor - Chapter 413
MDSB974PassRequiring contractors operating State-owned nursing homes to promptly provide notice of certain deficiencies, enforcement actions, citations, and fines to the Governor, the State agency overseeing the nursing home, certain committees of the General A...
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2023-04-24
Approved by the Governor - Chapter 106
MDSB82PassRequiring membership in the Correctional Officers' Retirement System for certain local detention center officers of Talbot County in the event Talbot County becomes a participating governmental unit in the Correctional Officers' Retirement System; an...
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2023-04-11
Approved by the Governor - Chapter 73
MDSB449PassAltering the definition of "hearing aid dispensing" to include certain actions taken for the purpose of ordering certain hearing instruments and specifying that certain hearing instruments include prescription hearing aids; altering the definition of...
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2023-04-11
Approved by the Governor - Chapter 61
MDSB498PassRepealing the provisions of law establishing and governing the Rural Health Collaborative Pilot; and requiring the Governor to provide an appropriation in the State budget in certain fiscal years to the Mid Shore Health Improvement Coalition.
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2023-04-11
Approved by the Governor - Chapter 36
MDSB665PassRequiring the Maryland Department of Health, or the Office of Health Care Quality, to investigate whether residents in an assisted living program have been subject to neglect, exploitation, or abuse if the assisted living program is operating without...
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2023-04-11
Approved by the Governor - Chapter 8
MDSB303Engross
50%
Authorizing the placement and use of a speed monitoring system at the intersection of Maryland Route 333 (Oxford Road) and Bonfield Avenue in Talbot County, subject to placement and signage requirements; requiring the fines collected by the Town of O...
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2023-04-10
Third Reading Passed (107-29)
MDSB647Engross
50%
Altering the membership of the State Board of Pharmacy to include a registered pharmacy technician; authorizing a licensed pharmacist, under certain circumstances, to delegate the entry of certain data into databases or patient charts to be performed...
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2023-04-05
To House Rules and Executive Nominations Committee
MDSB796Engross
50%
Authorizing the Department of Natural Resources to allow a person to hunt game birds and mammals on each Sunday of the game bird and game mammal seasons in Wicomico County from 30 minutes before sunrise until 10:30 a.m.; authorizing the Department to...
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2023-04-05
To House Rules and Executive Nominations Committee
MDSB301Engross
50%
Altering the definition of "local government" under the Local Government Tort Claims Act to include the Cambridge Waterfront Development, Inc., in Dorchester County; and providing that a requirement to provide notice of a claim does not apply to unli...
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2023-03-31
To House Rules and Executive Nominations Committee
MDSB562Engross
50%
Establishing the Maryland Small Food Banks Grant Program in the Department of Human Services; requiring the Department to give priority to nonprofit entities in the State that conduct assessments, with ongoing data collection to track success, and ca...
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2023-03-26
To House Appropriations Committee
MDSB336Engross
50%
Establishing the Waterway Incident Notification System (WINS) Workgroup to study issues and factors regarding the feasibility of establishing a Waterway Incident Notification System to notify members of the public of certain waterway emergencies; req...
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2023-03-16
To House Environment and Transportation Committee
MDSB933Intro
25%
Establishing an exception to the prohibition against operating or riding on a motorcycle without certain protective headgear for an individual at least 21 years of age who has been licensed to operate a motorcycle for at least 2 years or has complete...
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2023-03-16
To Senate Judicial Proceedings Committee
MDSB492Intro
25%
Establishing the rotational harvest pilot program for oysters to be implemented by the Department of Natural Resources; requiring the Department to open certain areas of the Chesapeake Bay to the rotational harvest of oysters in certain manners; requ...
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2023-03-13
Withdrawn by Sponsor
MDSB867Engross
50%
Requiring the Motor Vehicle Administration, in consultation with the Maryland Commission on African American History and Culture, to design and issue a Maryland Heroes registration plate that features the images of Harriet Tubman and Frederick Dougla...
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2023-03-13
To House Environment and Transportation Committee
MDSB636Intro
25%
Requiring buildings where certain solar battery energy storage systems are installed to be equipped with a self-contained fire suppression system, an explosion prevention system, and an air quality monitoring system; and requiring the State Fire Mars...
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2023-03-13
Withdrawn by Sponsor
MDSB802Intro
25%
Authorizing membership in the Law Enforcement Officers' Pension System for emergency medical technicians and emergency medical dispatchers under certain circumstances.
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2023-03-02
Withdrawn by Sponsor
MDSB632Intro
25%
Authorizing employees who began employment with the BWI Airport Fire and Rescue Department before October 1, 1993, and who are receiving a retirement allowance from the Baltimore City Fire and Police Retirement System to participate in the State Empl...
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2023-03-02
Withdrawn by Sponsor
MDSB564Intro
25%
Establishing the felony of theft of a handgun; and establishing a penalty for theft of a handgun of, for a first conviction, 2 to 5 years of imprisonment or a fine of up to $1,000 or both and, for a second or subsequent conviction, imprisonment for 5...
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2023-02-27
To Senate Judicial Proceedings Committee
MDSB638Intro
25%
Altering the definition of "aerial survey" for purposes of certain provisions of law relating to submerged aquatic vegetation protection zones to mean an aerial survey compiled by an entity approved by the Department of Natural Resources, rather than...
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2023-02-26
To Senate Education, Energy, and the Environment Committee
MDSB637Intro
25%
Authorizing a person whose authorization to catch oysters is revoked under certain provisions of law to apply for reinstatement of the authorization after 5 years; requiring the Department of Natural Resources to establish an Oyster Harvester Educati...
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2023-02-26
To Senate Education, Energy, and the Environment Committee
MDSB461Intro
25%
Allowing, subject to certain limitations, a subtraction modification under the Maryland income tax for up to a certain amount each year for certain individuals who are receiving certain benefits under the Social Security Act or who are at least 65 ye...
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2023-02-23
To Senate Budget and Taxation Committee
MDSB635Intro
25%
Altering the authorized uses of the Bay Restoration Fund to include, for fiscal years 2024, 2025, and 2026, reasonable administrative costs incurred by the Dorchester County Sanitary District, Inc., to address certain bermed infiltration ponds, up to...
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2023-02-22
Withdrawn by Sponsor
MDSB776Intro
25%
Authorizing the use of a certain graywater system to serve a public or private building that is located on a former dredge site or is located in a remote area with minimal public access and operates on a seasonal basis; and requiring the owner or ope...
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2023-02-21
To Senate Education, Energy, and the Environment Committee
MDSB902Intro
25%
Increasing, from 106 to 120 days, the period during which an employer is not required to allow an employee to use earned sick and safe leave; altering the circumstances under which an employer is required to reinstate certain unused sick and safe lea...
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2023-02-15
To Senate Rules Committee
MDSB780Intro
25%
Providing that, subject to certain exceptions, a participant in an employee assistance program may not disclose or be compelled to disclose the content of certain written or oral communications that arise from the participant's participation in the e...
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2023-02-14
To Senate Judicial Proceedings Committee
MDSB744Intro
25%
Establishing that a violation of a condition of probation, parole, or mandatory supervision that involves the use or possession of a firearm is not a technical violation for certain purposes; requiring the Commissioner of Correction to provide a cert...
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2023-02-14
To Senate Judicial Proceedings Committee
MDSB566Intro
25%
Establishing that a parent has the fundamental right to direct the upbringing, education, care, and welfare of the parent's child; and prohibiting the State or a political subdivision from infringing on a parent's fundamental right to direct the upbr...
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2023-02-14
To Senate Judicial Proceedings Committee
MDSB522Intro
25%
Altering the membership and qualifications of members of the Accountability and Implementation Board; and requiring the Accountability and Implementation Board Nominating Committee to submit a certain slate of nominees to the Governor on or before Au...
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2023-02-09
To Senate Education, Energy, and the Environment Committee
MDSB567Intro
25%
Requiring an election judge to establish a voter's identity by requiring the voter to present a valid government-issued photo identification or a valid nongovernment-issued photo identification, and a current bill, statement or check that states the ...
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2023-02-09
To Senate Education, Energy, and the Environment Committee
MDSB777Intro
25%
Repealing the time restrictions that apply to Sunday hunting in Caroline County, Dorchester County, Talbot County, and Wicomico County.
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2023-02-09
To Senate Education, Energy, and the Environment Committee
MDSB779Intro
25%
Authorizing the Department of Natural Resources to allow a person, for the management of the deer population in the State, to sponsor, conduct, or participate in a certain contest in the State that has the objective of harvesting a female deer.
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2023-02-09
To Senate Education, Energy, and the Environment Committee
MDSB795Intro
25%
Establishing a Class B-CL (cigar lounge) beer, wine, and liquor license in Wicomico County; excluding the license from certain distance restrictions; and excluding a certain business that operates in the county under the license from the requirements...
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2023-02-08
To Senate Finance Committee
MDSB633Intro
25%
Allowing certain former members of the Employees' Pension System to purchase credit for eligibility service for certain employment with the State for which the former members are not entitled to credit; and providing for the manner in which to purcha...
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2023-02-07
To Senate Budget and Taxation Committee
MDSB775Intro
25%
Authorizing the installation of a structural shoreline stabilization measure on private wetlands in conjunction with the installation of a nonstructural shoreline stabilization measure if the structural shoreline stabilization measure constitutes not...
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2023-02-07
To Senate Education, Energy, and the Environment Committee
MDSB778Intro
25%
Authorizing a seasonal restaurant in Wicomico County to operate without providing potable running water to customers if the restaurant is located in a certain area and uses a graywater system and a community sewerage system is not available to serve ...
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2023-02-07
To Senate Education, Energy, and the Environment Committee
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