Maryland Code | Chapter State Finance and Procurement Article 4 Section 809

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MDSB414Engross

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Requiring 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...
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2021-04-12
House Conference Committee Appointed (Delegates Barve, Stein and Brooks)
MDHB583Intro

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Requiring 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...
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2021-01-28
To House Environment and Transportation Committee
MDHB469Intro

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Requiring the State, for certain construction projects and major renovation projects proposed after December 31, 2021, to require that the project be designed, engineered, and constructed in a manner that allows the roof to withstand the weight of so...
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2021-01-22
To House Health and Government Operations Committee
MDHB86Intro

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Altering the definition of "high performance building" to include certain schools and public safety buildings; altering the application of certain high performance building requirements to apply to capital projects for which more than 25% of the fund...
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2021-01-11
To House Appropriations Committee
MDSB330Intro

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Requiring the State, for certain construction projects and major renovation projects proposed after December 31, 2021, to require that the project be designed, engineered, and constructed in a manner that allows the roof to withstand the weight of so...
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2020-12-29
To Senate Education Health and Environmental Affairs Committee
MDSB228Intro

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Altering the definition of "high performance building" to include certain schools and public safety buildings; altering the application of certain high performance building requirements to apply to capital projects for which more than 25% of the fund...
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2020-12-29
To Senate Education Health and Environmental Affairs Committee
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