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MDSB20PassAltering certain penalties for a person who displays a canceled, revoked, or suspended driver's license; and providing that a person who violates a certain section of the Act must appear in court and may not prepay the fine.
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2021-05-30
Enacted under Article II, Section 17(c) of the Maryland Constitution - Chapter 613
MDHB115PassAltering certain penalties for a person who displays a canceled, revoked, or suspended driver's license; and providing that a person who violates a certain section of the Act must appear in court and may not prepay the fine.
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2021-05-30
Enacted under Article II, Section 17(c) of the Maryland Constitution - Chapter 612
MDHB562PassAuthorizing Montgomery County and municipalities of Montgomery County to decrease the maximum speed limit to not less than 15 miles per hour on highways only after performing an engineering and traffic investigation; and prohibiting Montgomery County...
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2021-05-30
Enacted under Article II, Section 17(c) of the Maryland Constitution - Chapter 689
MDSB501PassAltering the standards for signage at a regional mall parking lot by requiring that, before being authorized to tow or remove a vehicle, the owner or operator of the parking lot must place certain signs at each entrance to the parking lot.
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2021-05-30
Enacted under Article II, Section 17(c) of the Maryland Constitution - Chapter 643
MDHB619PassEstablishing that certain provisions of law authorizing the use of speed monitoring systems in certain residential districts apply in Prince George's County.
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2021-05-30
Enacted under Article II, Section 17(c) of the Maryland Constitution - Chapter 447
MDHB626PassAuthorizing the use of certain vehicle height monitoring systems in Prince George's County to enforce certain State and local laws during certain times; requiring the establishment of a workgroup of county and municipal officials to examine certain m...
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2021-05-30
Enacted under Article II, Section 17(c) of the Maryland Constitution - Chapter 450
MDHB967PassAuthorizing the placement and use of not more than two speed monitoring systems on Interstate 83 in Baltimore City; requiring that fines collected as a result of violations enforced by the speed monitoring systems be used to assist in covering the co...
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2021-05-30
Enacted under Article II, Section 17(c) of the Maryland Constitution - Chapter 628
MDSB888PassAuthorizing the placement and use of speed monitoring systems on Maryland Route 175 (Jessup Road) in Anne Arundel County between the Maryland Route 175/295 interchange and the Anne Arundel County-Howard County line, subject to certain placement and s...
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2021-05-30
Enacted under Article II, Section 17(c) of the Maryland Constitution - Chapter 642
MDHB118PassProhibiting an individual from causing the serious physical injury or death of a certain vulnerable individual as a result of the individual operating a vehicle in violation of Maryland Vehicle Law; defining "vulnerable individual" as a person acting...
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2021-05-18
Approved by the Governor - Chapter 165
MDSB293PassProhibiting an individual from causing the serious physical injury or death of a vulnerable individual as a result of the individual operating a vehicle in violation of the Maryland Vehicle Law; defining "vulnerable individual" as a pedestrian lawful...
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2021-05-18
Approved by the Governor - Chapter 166
MDSB726PassEstablishing an exception to motor vehicle registration requirements for personal delivery devices; authorizing a personal delivery device to operate on any roadway, sidewalk, shoulder, footpath, bicycle trail, or crosswalk in the State; creating cer...
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2021-05-18
Approved by the Governor - Chapter 351
MDSB291PassEstablishing that certain motor vehicle offenses related to following too closely do not apply to a group of individual trucks that are traveling in a unified manner with electronically coordinated speed and braking systems and are being operated in ...
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2021-04-13
Approved by the Governor - Chapter 118
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