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MDHB739PassRequiring the Maryland Police Training and Standards Commission to adopt a specified set of standards for the training and deployment of SWAT teams and of law enforcement officers not on a SWAT team who conduct no-knock warrant service in the State; ...
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2017-05-27
Enacted under Article II, Section 17(c) of the Maryland Constitution - Chapter 802
MDSB949PassAuthorizing a person to file a petition for expungement at a specified time if the person was convicted of possession of marijuana.
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2017-05-27
Enacted under Article II, Section 17(c) of the Maryland Constitution - Chapter 801
MDSB941PassRequiring the Maryland Police Training and Standards Commission to adopt a specified set of standards for the training and deployment of SWAT teams and of law enforcement officers not on a SWAT team who conduct no-knock warrant service in the State; ...
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2017-05-27
Enacted under Article II, Section 17(c) of the Maryland Constitution - Chapter 803
MDHB1573PassRequiring the tax collector in Prince George's County to conduct a specified limited auction prior to conducting a public auction for property subject to tax liens; specifying the individuals who may participate in a limited auction; requiring the ta...
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2017-05-27
Enacted under Article II, Section 17(c) of the Maryland Constitution - Chapter 819
MDSB12VetoProviding for enforcement only as a secondary offense for a violation of the prohibition under specified circumstances against a person driving a vehicle on a highway with any object, material, or obstruction hanging from the rearview mirror that int...
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2017-05-26
Vetoed by the Governor (Duplicative)
MDSB78VetoExpanding the authority of school crossing guards to direct traffic by authorizing a school crossing guard who meets specified qualifications to direct vehicles and pedestrians on a highway or on school grounds in order to assist nonschool vehicles i...
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2017-05-26
Vetoed by the Governor (Duplicative)
MDSB166VetoModifying from 90 days to 1 year the time limit on the filing of a specified complaint with the Baltimore City Civilian Review Board; and requiring the complaint to be in writing on a form authorized by the Board and signed and sworn to, under penalt...
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2017-05-26
Vetoed by the Governor (Duplicative)
MDHB52PassRequiring the Baltimore City School Police Force to report every 2 years to the members of the Baltimore City Delegation to the General Assembly on the condition of vehicles and firearms of the Baltimore City School Police Force and the anticipated n...
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2017-05-25
Approved by the Governor - Chapter 604
MDSB86PassRepealing the authority of a driver to use a vehicle's fog lights instead of the vehicle's headlamps during the continuous operation of the vehicle's windshield wipers under specified circumstances.
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2017-05-25
Approved by the Governor - Chapter 750
MDHB82PassRepealing provisions relating to the Woodrow Wilson Bridge and Tunnel Compact; repealing a requirement that the Governor execute the compact with the Commonwealth of Virginia and the District of Columbia under specified circumstances; repealing the W...
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2017-05-25
Approved by the Governor - Chapter 681
MDSB125PassRepealing provisions relating to the Woodrow Wilson Bridge and Tunnel Compact; repealing a requirement that the Governor execute the compact with the Commonwealth of Virginia and the District of Columbia under specified circumstances; repealing the W...
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2017-05-25
Approved by the Governor - Chapter 682
MDHB226PassAltering the date, from January 1 to February 1 of each year, by which the Police Commissioner of Baltimore City is required to report specified information concerning the Baltimore Police Department to the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore and the...
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2017-05-25
Approved by the Governor - Chapter 599
MDHB494PassRepealing the authority of a driver to use a vehicle's fog lights instead of the vehicle's headlamps during the continuous operation of the vehicle's windshield wipers under specified circumstances.
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2017-05-25
Approved by the Governor - Chapter 749
MDHB979PassAuthorizing the governing body of a county or municipal corporation to grant, by law, a specified property tax credit against the county or municipal corporation property tax imposed on a specified dwelling that is owned by a specified public safety ...
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2017-05-25
Approved by the Governor - Chapter 686
MDHB1037PassModifying from 90 days to 1 year of the action giving rise to the complaint the time limit for filing a complaint with the Baltimore City Civilian Review Board; and requiring the complaint to be in writing on a form authorized by the Board and signed...
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2017-05-25
Approved by the Governor - Chapter 598
MDHB1071PassRequiring the Maryland Police Training and Standards Commission to distribute the victim's representation notification form developed by the Governor's Office of Crime Control and Prevention to each law enforcement agency in the State; requiring a sp...
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2017-05-25
Approved by the Governor - Chapter 702
MDHB1082PassRequiring a county board of education to consult with the county superintendent of schools before any change in the hiring or termination of personnel in connection with a school health services program; requiring specified programs established by th...
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2017-05-25
Approved by the Governor - Chapter 573
MDHB1335PassProviding for enforcement only as a secondary offense for a violation of the prohibition under specified circumstances against a person driving a vehicle on a highway with any object, material, or obstruction hanging from the rearview mirror that int...
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2017-05-25
Approved by the Governor - Chapter 756
MDHB1301PassExpanding the authority of school crossing guards to direct traffic by authorizing a school crossing guard who meets specified qualifications to direct vehicles and pedestrians on a highway or on school grounds in order to assist nonschool vehicles i...
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2017-05-25
Approved by the Governor - Chapter 760
MDSB1060PassRequiring a county board of education to consult with the county superintendent of schools before any change in the hiring or termination of personnel in connection with a school health services program; requiring the drug addiction and prevention pr...
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2017-05-25
Approved by the Governor - Chapter 574
MDSB154PassAltering the civil penalty to require up to $500 for a violation recorded by a school bus monitoring camera for failure to stop for a school vehicle operating alternately flashing red lights; and requiring the Montgomery County Department of Police t...
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2017-05-25
Approved by the Governor - Chapter 744
MDSB23PassAuthorizing the Secretary of State Police to establish an alternative expiration date for a permit to carry, wear, or transport a handgun that coincides with the expiration of a license, certification, or commission for a specified private detective,...
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2017-04-18
Approved by the Governor - Chapter 190
MDSB47PassClarifying that suspected abuse of a resident of a related institution is required to be reported to the Office of Health Care Quality; requiring the recipient of a specified report to promptly notify, to the extent allowed by specified laws, the adm...
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2017-04-18
Approved by the Governor - Chapter 207
MDHB100PassProviding a subtraction modification under the Maryland income tax under specified circumstances for specified retirement income attributable to a resident's employment as a law enforcement officer or the individual's service as fire, rescue, or emer...
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2017-04-18
Approved by the Governor - Chapter 154
MDHB231PassAuthorizing the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore City or the governing body of a county or of a municipal corporation to grant a property tax credit for a dwelling owned by the surviving spouse or cohabitant of a specified fallen law enforcement o...
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2017-04-18
Approved by the Governor - Chapter 174
MDSB282PassAuthorizing the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore City or the governing body of a county or a municipal corporation to grant a specified property tax credit for specified residential real property owned by specified surviving spouses or specified c...
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2017-04-18
Approved by the Governor - Chapter 173
MDHB255PassRequiring a specified health care provider to provide a victim of sexual assault with written information describing the laws and policies governing the testing, preservation, and disposal of a sexual assault evidence collection kit; requiring a hosp...
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2017-04-18
Approved by the Governor - Chapter 159
MDSB349PassRequiring a specified health care provider to provide a victim of sexual assault with written information describing the laws and policies governing the testing, preservation, and disposal of a sexual assault evidence collection kit; requiring a hosp...
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2017-04-18
Approved by the Governor - Chapter 158
MDSB401PassLimiting optional membership in the Employees' Pension System to individuals who have not previously been a member of a specified pension and retirement program or who have not had specified previous employment; authorizing an eligible governmental u...
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2017-04-18
Approved by the Governor - Chapter 271
MDSB597PassProviding a subtraction modification under the Maryland income tax under specified circumstances for specified retirement income attributable to a resident's employment as a law enforcement officer or the individual's service as fire, rescue, or emer...
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2017-04-18
Approved by the Governor - Chapter 153
MDHB822PassAltering eligibility for and increasing the amount of a subtraction modification under the State income tax for specified qualifying police auxiliaries and reserve volunteers for taxable years beginning after December 31, 2016.
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2017-04-18
Approved by the Governor - Chapter 155
MDHB815PassLimiting optional membership in the Employees' Pension System to individuals who have not previously been a member of a specified pension and retirement program or who have not had specified previous employment; authorizing an eligible governmental u...
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2017-04-18
Approved by the Governor - Chapter 272
MDHB877PassAuthorizing the Secretary of State Police to establish an alternative expiration date for a permit to carry, wear, or transport a handgun that coincides with the expiration of a license, certification, or commission for a specified private detective,...
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2017-04-18
Approved by the Governor - Chapter 191
MDSB754PassTransferring specified individuals into the Law Enforcement Officers' Pension System; requiring an individual who is transferred into the Law Enforcement Officers' Pension System to make specified deposits in the annuity savings fund of the Law Enfor...
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2017-04-18
Approved by the Governor - Chapter 172
MDHB1110PassTransferring specified individuals into the Law Enforcement Officers' Pension System; requiring an individual who is transferred into the Law Enforcement Officers' Pension System to make specified deposits in the annuity savings fund of the Law Enfor...
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2017-04-18
Approved by the Governor - Chapter 171
MDHB1343PassProviding that under specified circumstances, a Howard County fire and explosive investigator operating in Howard County has the same authority as the State Fire Marshal and a full-time investigative and inspection assistant in the Office of the Stat...
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2017-04-18
Approved by the Governor - Chapter 309
MDSB207PassAltering a definition to make specified provisions of law requiring State's Attorney review of an application for a statement of charges against a law enforcement officer applicable to an application for a statement of charges against specified other...
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2017-04-18
Approved by the Governor - Chapter 169
MDHB166PassAltering a definition to make specified provisions of law requiring State's Attorney review of an application for a statement of charges against a law enforcement officer applicable to an application for a statement of charges against specified other...
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2017-04-18
Approved by the Governor - Chapter 170
MDSB165PassRevising, restating, and recodifying the laws of this State relating to penalties for violations of the Maryland Vehicle Law; repealing specified redundant provisions; clarifying language; making specified technical and stylistic changes; providing f...
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2017-04-11
Approved by the Governor - Chapter 55
MDHB346PassAuthorizing the governing body of Montgomery County to grant, by law, a specified property tax credit against the county property tax imposed on a specified dwelling in Montgomery County that is owned by a specified public safety officer under specif...
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2017-04-11
Approved by the Governor - Chapter 118
MDHB1604PassExempting from the Howard County transfer tax the sale of residential real property to specified law enforcement officers and fire and rescue services members if the law enforcement officer or fire and rescue services member is a first-time home buye...
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2017-04-11
Approved by the Governor - Chapter 148
MDSB258EngrossIncreasing the amount of a subtraction modification under the Maryland income tax for specified qualifying police auxiliaries and reserve volunteers for taxable years beginning after December 31, 2016.
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2017-04-10
Third Reading Passed with Amendments (137-0)
MDHB379EngrossAuthorizing a person to file a petition for expungement at a specified time if the person was convicted of possession of marijuana.
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2017-04-10
Third Reading Passed with Amendments (45-2)
MDSB616IntroAuthorizing, for purposes of filing a petition for U Nonimmigrant Status, a victim or victim's family member to request a certifying official to certify victim helpfulness on a Form I-918, Supplement B certification; providing that, for the purpose o...
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2017-04-10
Special Order until next session (Senator Pinsky) Adopted
MDSB835IntroProhibiting a specified government agent from taking specified actions for immigration enforcement purposes; prohibiting a law enforcement official from stopping, arresting, searching, or detaining an individual for purposes of investigating a suspec...
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2017-04-10
Unfavorable Report by Judicial Proceedings; Withdrawn
MDHB1208EngrossAuthorizing, for purposes of filing a petition for U Nonimmigrant Status, a victim or victim's family member to request a certifying official to certify victim helpfulness on a Form I-918, Supplement B certification; providing that, for the purpose o...
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2017-04-10
Recommitted to Judicial Proceedings (Senator Ramirez)
MDSB946EngrossAltering a specified exception relating to law enforcement officers to the prohibition on carrying or possessing specified weapons on school property; prohibiting the carrying or possession of specified firearms on the property of public institutions...
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2017-04-10
Senators Smith, Brochin, and Norman
MDHB13IntroRequiring the Police Commissioner of Baltimore City to post signs reasonably calculated to notify the public of the presence of an area designated as a "High Crime Zone", A "Stop and Frisk Zone", or any similar name; and requiring signs to be placed ...
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2017-04-07
Unfavorable Report by Judiciary; Withdrawn
MDHB899EngrossRequiring the Maryland Police Training and Standards Commission to develop standards for the periodic psychological assessment of all law enforcement officers, if determined by the Commission to be appropriate.
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2017-04-06
Unfavorable Report by Judicial Proceedings
MDHB1321EngrossAuthorizing an individual to notify the local department of social services or the appropriate law enforcement agency if the individual has reason to believe that a verbal threat of imminent severe bodily harm or death to a child has been made by a s...
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2017-04-06
Unfavorable Report by Judicial Proceedings
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