This is the status of the Schaefer administration's 1992 legislative package as of Friday:
*Assault weapons ban: House version amended and passed. Senate version killed in committee. House version could pass Senate if it can get one vote in committee.
*Requiring guns to be stored away from children: Passed by House. Senate version amended and sent to floor. Passage likely.
*Higher penalties for taking prison guards hostage: Passed both houses.
*Increased protection for battered women: House version pending in committee. Senate version amended and given preliminary approval.
*Make New Community College of Baltimore a state school: House version pending in committee. Passed the Senate.
*Make St. Mary's College more independent: Passed by House. Awaiting final vote on Senate floor.
*California auto emissions standards: House version amended to delay implementation and awaiting final vote. Senate version killed in committee. Senate could still adopt House version.
*Economic Growth and Resource Policy: Awaiting final floor vote in House. Senate version pending in committee.
*Requiring reports on the number of people infected with AIDS (HIV) virus: Approved by committees in both houses. Awaiting floor approval.
*Testing accident victims for HIV: Died in committee in both houses.
*Mandatory motorcycle helmets: Enacted and signed into law.
*Higher gasoline taxes: Pending in committee in both houses.
*Creating an independent insurance commission: House version passed. Senate version pending in committee.
*Tax increases for fiscal year 1993: Pending in committee in both houses.
B6 *Legislative reapportionment: Took effect Feb. 21.