MONDAYSENATE* Subcommittee on Public Safety...

THIS WEEK IN ANNAPOLIS

February 07, 1993

MONDAY

SENATE

* Subcommittee on Public Safety, Transportation, Economic Development and Natural Resources: Budget hearings for state prosecutor, Maryland tax court, Board of Election Laws, state archives, Office of Administrative Hearings, 1 p.m., Room 400, Senate Office Building.

* Subcommittee on Health, Education and Human Resources: Budget hearings on Higher Education Commission, aid to community colleges, 1 p.m., Room 100, Senate Office Building.

TUESDAY SENATE

* Subcommittee on Public Safety, Transportation, Economic Development and Natural Resources: Budget hearings for comptroller's office, licensing and regulation, 1 p.m., Room 400, Senate Office Building.

* Subcommittee on Health, Education and Human Resources: Budget hearings for system administration, University of Maryland, College Park, University College, 1 p.m., Room 100, Senate Office Building.

* Economic and Environmental Affairs: Energy briefing by Maryland Energy Administration, 1 p.m.; SB258, recycled content of plastic containers; SB275, State Board of Environmental Sanitarians; SB289, Reconnection fee for nonpayment of water bills in Garrett County; SB299, Solid Waste Management bans; SB310, Solid Waste Management funding and requirements, 1:30 p.m., Room 200, Senate Office Building.

* Finance: SB88, Supplemental state tax for off-track betting; SB161, adjudicatory hearings for Maryland Racing Commission; SB183, intertrack betting for horse racing; SB184, horse racing sanctions by General Assembly; SB198, takeout of mile thoroughbred tracks; SB199, takeout of harness tracks; SB478, corrective provisions for State Personnel and Pensions Article, 1 p.m., presidential wing, Senate Office Building.

* Judicial: SB7, SB177, penalties for harassment; SB123, confidentiality for violent crime victims; SB260, SB277, stalking penalties; SB261, protection of witnesses and victims; SB262, Criminal Injuries Compensation Fund; SB263, drug offenses -- forfeiture for innocent persons; SB264, judicial review for victims of violent crimes, SB284, disciplinary proceedings for campus sexual assault; SB372, declaration of victims' rights, 1 p.m., Room 300, Senate Office Building.

HOUSE

* Appropriations: HB79, financing of construction on public schools; HB142, Central Collection Unit referral of debts; HB203, mandatory training for private security guards; HB204, "gate money" at Division of Correction and Patuxent Institution; HB218, payment for prisoners' medical services, 11 a.m., Room 130, House Office Building.

* Subcommittee on Education and Transportation: Budget hearings for boards, commissions and offices, Office of Administrative Hearings, governor's executive department, secretary of state, 2 p.m., Room 431, House Office Building.

* Subcommittee on Health and the Environment: Budget hearings for health department deputy secretary of public health, local and family health administration, AIDS administration, 2 p.m., Room 406, House Office Building.

Subcommittee on Human Resources and Public Safety: Budget hearings for state police, fire prevention and fire marshals, Commission on Correctional Standards, 2 p.m., Room 130, House Office Building.

* Economic Matters: HB55, description of property in a deed; HB201, new surveys and appraisals of residential real estate property; HB239, land patents; HB329, residential lease restrictions for family day care homes in Howard County; HB421, Maryland Building Performance Standards, HB473, definition of resident mobile homes; HB475, termination of tenancy in mobile homes; HB604, sheltered housing for elderly; HB636, restrictive covenants for family day care homes; HB660, abandonment of mobile homes, 1 p.m., Room 150, House Office Building.

* Environmental Matters: HB132, Department of Land and Water Resources, 1 p.m., Joint Hearing Room, Legislative Services Building.

* Judiciary: HB80, penalties for DWI; HB98, penalties for drug violations; HB99, penalties for resisting arrest; HB100, penalties for theft and credit card offenses; HB101, petty assault; HB336, court library funding and fines in Queen Anne's County; HB349, computer fraud crimes and punishments; HB360, venue for drug conspiracies; HB367, fraud; HB368, drug fraud; HB388, appeals for pretrial dismissals in District Court; HB402, right to counsel in post-conviction proceedings; HB403, abolition of parole and diminution for prisoners; HB414, District Court appeals for criminal cases; HB415, carjacking; HB423, limited extrajurisdictional authority for police officers; HB426, limited powers granted to federal law enforcement officers; HB494, Vehicle Theft Prevention Act, 1 p.m., Room 120.

Ways and Means: HB222, report on tax exemptions; HB230, boxing and wrestling tax; HB252, fees for vital records; HB324, advertisement of lotteries, 1 p.m., Room 110, House Office Building.

WEDNESDAY SENATE

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