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MDHB108VetoRequiring the Department of Housing and Community Development to procure or provide for electricity customers energy efficiency and conservation programs and services designed to achieve an annual incremental gross energy savings of at least 0.4% sta...
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2022-05-27
Vetoed by the Governor (Policy)
MDSB524VetoRequiring the Department of Housing and Community Development to procure or provide for electricity customers energy efficiency and conservation programs and services designed to achieve an annual incremental gross energy savings of at least 0.4% sta...
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2022-05-27
Vetoed by the Governor (Policy)
MDSB633PassMaking alterations to the 9-1-1 Emergency Telephone System in the State; altering the classification of 9-1-1 specialists; authorizing 9-1-1 specialists to seek treatment for job-related audible or visual trauma confidentially; requiring the Maryland...
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2022-05-16
Approved by the Governor - Chapter 349
MDHB650Engross

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Specifying that 25% of the net recovery by the debtor on a claim for workers' compensation is subject to execution on a judgment for a child support arrearage.
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2022-04-11
Second Reading Passed
MDHB1105Engross

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Making alterations to the 9-1-1 Emergency Telephone System in the State; altering the classification of 9-1-1 specialists; authorizing 9-1-1 specialists to seek treatment for job-related audible or visual trauma confidentially; requiring the Maryland...
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2022-04-09
To Senate Rules Committee
MDHB501Intro

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Authorizing the Workers' Compensation Commission, if there is no compensation other than a medical benefit payable to a covered employee, to order that a fee of not more than $2,000 for legal services rendered on behalf of the covered employee be pa...
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2022-03-15
Unfavorable Report by Economic Matters
MDHB614Intro

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Altering the circumstances under which a covered employee or a dependent of a covered employee is not entitled to compensation or benefits under the workers' compensation law to include circumstances related to the use of medical cannabis; including ...
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2022-03-15
Withdrawn by Sponsor
MDHB628Intro

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Altering the circumstances under which a covered employee or a dependent of a covered employee is not entitled to compensation or benefits under the workers' compensation law to include circumstances related to the use of medical cannabis; including ...
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2022-03-01
Unfavorable Report by Economic Matters
MDSB605Intro

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Requiring collateral source evidence made to or for the benefit of the plaintiff to be admissible in medical malpractice jury trials for a certain purpose; requiring the trier of fact to consider collateral source evidence when determining damages; r...
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2022-02-21
Withdrawn by Sponsor
MDHB1164Intro

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Authorizing a licensed certified social worker-clinical to register as a rehabilitation practitioner and perform specified services for workers' compensation purposes.
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2022-02-14
To House Economic Matters Committee
MDSB10Intro

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Establishing that first responders, public safety employees, and health care workers are presumed to have an occupational disease that is compensable under workers' compensation law after a positive test or diagnosis for COVID-19; and applying the Ac...
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2022-02-11
To Senate Finance Committee
MDSB374Intro

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Providing that a 9-1-1 specialist who is diagnosed by a licensed psychologist or psychiatrist with post-traumatic stress disorder is presumed to have an occupational disease that was suffered in the line of duty or course of employment and is compens...
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2022-02-11
To Senate Finance Committee
MDSB433Intro

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Authorizing the Workers' Compensation Commission, if there is no compensation other than a medical benefit payable to a covered employee, to order that a fee of not more than $2,000 for legal services rendered on behalf of the covered employee be pa...
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2022-02-11
To Senate Finance Committee
MDSB671Intro

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Prohibiting a certain entity from qualifying for a certain State job creation incentive unless certain positions created or maintained by the entity satisfy certain standards; requiring an entity that receives a State job creation incentive to report...
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2022-02-11
To Senate Finance Committee
MDHB1096Intro

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Altering the definition of "qualified position" for purposes of eligibility for and the calculation of benefits under the One Maryland and More Jobs for Marylanders economic development programs; altering the definition of "qualified employee" for pu...
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2022-02-10
To House Ways and Means Committee
MDHB849Intro

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Prohibiting a certain entity from qualifying for a certain State job creation incentive unless certain positions created or maintained by the entity satisfy certain standards; requiring an entity that receives a State job creation incentive to report...
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2022-02-08
To House Ways and Means Committee
MDHB439Intro

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Providing that a 9-1-1 specialist who is diagnosed by a licensed psychologist or psychiatrist with post-traumatic stress disorder is presumed to have an occupational disease that was suffered in the line of duty or course of employment and is compens...
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2022-02-03
To House Economic Matters Committee
MDSB177Intro

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Altering the workers' compensation benefits that the Director of the Uninsured Employers' Fund is required to pay to former employees of the Bethlehem Steel Corporation; and applying the Act retroactively.
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2022-01-08
To Senate Finance Committee
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