MONDAYSENATE* Subcommittee on Public Safety...

THIS WEEK IN ANNAPOLIS

February 14, 1993

MONDAY

SENATE

* Subcommittee on Public Safety, Transportation, Economic Development and Natural Resources: budget hearings for State Reserve Fund, Board of Public Works, public debt, and insurance division, 1 p.m., Room 400, Senate Office Building.

* Subcommittee on Health, Education and Human Resources: budget hearings on Department of Human Resources Social Services, commission on Human Relations, 1 p.m., Room 100, Senate Office Building.

HOUSE

* Appropriations: Briefing of capital budget overview by Department of Fiscal Services, 4 p.m., Room 130, House Office Building.

TUESDAY

SENATE

* Subcommittee on Public Safety, Transportation, Economic Development and Natural Resources: budget hearings for Washington-area transportation, state planning, Mass Transit Administration, State Aviation Administration, 12:30 p.m., Room 400, Senate Office Building.

* Subcommittee on Health, Education and Human Resources: budget hearings for Health Department chronic and rehabilitation hospital, alcohol and drug abuse, community health surveillance and lab administration, 1 p.m., Room 100, Senate Office Building.

* Economic and Environmental Affairs: SB241, informed consent for HIV testing; SB243, notification of morticians of AIDS; SB244, HIV testing of surgical patients; SB336, reporting of HIV infection and low CD 4+ count; SB559, HIV and AIDS education for nurses, 1 p.m., Room 200, Senate Office Building.

Finance: SB36, health insurance for pre-existing conditions; SB324, incentive-based compensation for alcohol and drug abuse treatment programs, SB327, required disclosures of nonprofit health service plans; SB349, small employer group health insurance reform; SB360, Life and Health Insurance Guaranty Corp. insolvent health insurers substitute coverage; SB389, health insurance discrimination for mental illness; SB445, mammogram screening and child wellness benefits and dollar limitations; SB447, separate account investments for annuity contracts; SB483, required insurance for ambulance services, 1 p.m., presidential wing, Senate Office Building.

* Judicial: SB128, death penalty for drugs; SB287, inmate medical fees at county detention centers; SB302, revision of arson and burning crimes; SB334, limited powers granted to federal law enforcement officers; SB344,limited extrajurisdictional authority for police; SB390, false statements to executive branch; SB425, criminal record background checks for taxicab license applicants; SB431, demand for presence of chemists or analysts in chain of custody criminal proceedings; SB432, reckless endangerment with motor vehicles; SB496, District Court appeals from pretrial dismissals, 1 p.m., Room 300, Senate Office Building.

HOUSE

* Appropriations: HB444, Realignment of commissioner districts in Garrett County; HB522, accounting procedures for unappropriated revenues in Frederick County; HB527, fire and rescue district revenues for capital improvements in Frederick County; HB559, amendment of budgets for Carroll County commissioners; HB616, Garrett County Memorial Hospital Board of Governors; HB714, Frederick County public facilities bonds, 11 a.m., Room 130, House Office Building.

* Subcommittee on Education and Transportation: budget hearing for licensing and regulation, 2 p.m., Room 431, House Office Building.

* Subcommittee on Health and the Environment: budget hearings for Department of Housing and Community Development, housing, Peabody, 2 p.m., Room 406, House Office Building.

* Subcommittee on Human Resources and Public Safety: budget hearings on Office of Children, Youth and their Families, Department of Human Resources social services, 2 p.m., Room 130, House Office Building.

* Economic Matters: HB354, reports on car phones relationship to motor vehicle accidents, HB727, required insurance for licensure of ambulances. The following bills deal with motor vehicle insurance: HB124, cancellation and probation before judgment dispositions; HB838, no-fault coverage waiver and proof of other coverage; HB966, rates based on mileage; HB1304, expression of rates in geographic terms. The following bills deal with motor vehicle liability insurance: HB62, classification of rates and geographic terms; HB82, prohibited factors in underwriting and cancellation; HB91, termination of coverage; HB406, minimum security for taxicabs; HB688, uninsured motorist coverage deductibles. The following bills deal with vehicle laws: HB31, notification of terminations and lapses in required security; HB471, insurance requirements for special registrations; HB619, required security for accident reports; HB641, minimum required security; collision coverage exclusions, 1 p.m., Room 150, House Office Building.

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