Committees of the Maryland General Assembly...

ANNAPOLIS (AP)

March 08, 1992

ANNAPOLIS (AP) Committees of the Maryland General Assembly have scheduled the following hearings for this week:

MONDAY

HOUSE

Appropriations: HB920, Maryland Art Place, Inc. loan of 1989. Bond bills HB435, American Visionary Art Museum; HB492, Mercy Medical Center; HB826, Baltimore Museum of Art; HB865, Lake Roland Dam; HB1198, St. Luke Lutheran Health Care, Inc.; HB1224, National Aquarium in Baltimore; HB1285, Baltimore Zoo; Baltimore County, shoreline enhancement; HB1295, Baltimore County, waterways, dredging; HB1306, Baltimore City Life Museums; HB1429, Hamilton Business Association, Inc.; HB1442, Baltimore Association for Retarded Citizens, Inc.; HB1490, Babe Ruth Museum, 2 p.m., House Office Building.

Subcommittee on Education and Human Resources: Decision meetings, 4 p.m., Room 130, House Office Building.

Subcommittee on Health and the Environment: Decision meetings, 4 p.m., Room 406, House Office Building.

Constitutional and Administrative Law: HB901, Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission, minority business contracts; HB904, Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission, collective bargaining rights; HB905, Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission, Prince George's County, Custody of Records in Zoning Map administration cases, public availability; HB906, Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission, labor practices; HB910, Prince George's County, MNCPPC, WSSC, WSTC, appointment process; HB912, Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission, System Development Charge; HB913, Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission, Minority Business Enterprise Utilization Program; HB914, Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission, Montgomery County, municipalities, building requirements; HB928, Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission, employees, residency requirements; HB929, Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission, People's Counsel office; HB937, Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission, Montgomery County; HB1160, Prince George's County Sheriff's Office, civilian employees; HB1271, WSSC, Minority Business Enterprise Utilization Program; HB1561, Charles County, Real property transfer to Charles County Housing Commission, 1 p.m., House Office Building.

Environmental Matters: HB1508, silicone gel breast implants, temporary prohibition; HB1509, breast implants, registry of removed breast implants; HB1510, physicians, medical specialty notification; HB1512, breast implants, patient registry and monitoring, 5 p.m., House Office Building.

Judiciary: HB694, gambling, Calvert County; HB725, Anne Arundel County, slot machines; HB890, Harford County, slot machines; HB977, developmental disabilities, licensees and employees, criminal background investigations; HB1095, HB1097, Prince George's County, casino nights, regulation; HB1096, Prince George's County, casino nights,proceeds to public school funding; HB1098, HB1099, Prince George's County, casino nights; HB1125, Prince George's County, slot machines, fraternal, religious and war veterans' organizations; HB1213, Baltimore County, slot machines, 3 p.m., House Office Building.

TUESDAY

SENATE

Economic and Environmental Affairs: SB461, soil reclamation facilities, moratorium on construction and study of operation; SB462, soil reclamation facilities, prohibition of a permit to construct, Baltimore city area; SB613, low-level nuclear waste, disposal in segregated landfills; SB737, soil percolation tests, privatization program, 1 p.m., Senate Office Building.

Finance: SB555, proposed Washington bypass, environmental impact; HB207, Public Service Commission, taxicab hearing officer, civil penalties; HB214, youth services bureaus, fees; HB247, Public Service Commission, motor carrier companies, freight carrier permits; HB260, unemployment insurance, excluding cafeteria plans and dependent care assistance from wages definition; HB281, youth work experience program, repeal; HB306, unemployment insurance,bad check penalty; HB672, unemployment insurance, taxation and charging, 1 p.m., Senate Office Building.

Judicial Proceedings: SB43, SB280, firearms, access by minors; SB190, firearms, possession and transfer, prohibitions; SB279, Assault Weapons Act of 1992; SB300, gun control, assault weapons; SB364, firearms, incendiary ammunition; SB609, firearms, storing or transporting prior to sale, 1 p.m., Senate Office Building.

SB227, firearms, use in commission of felony or violent crime; SB233, firearms, theft, burglary, penalty; SB357, assault weapons, carrying or using in felony or violent crime; SB396, handguns, use in certain crimes, parole; SB506, weapons, free school zone; SB507, weapons on school property, driver's license, suspension; SB509, declaration of rights, right to keep

and bear arms, 4 p.m., Senate Office Building.

HOUSE

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