MONDAYSENATE* Budget and Taxation and House...


March 07, 1993



* Budget and Taxation and House Appropriations: SB686, HB1222, Emergency Medical Services, 12 p.m., Room 130, House Office Building.

Budget and Taxation: budget hearings for high technology -- Maryland Bioprocessing Facility and National Information Technology Center, Stadium Authority, Peabody grants, 3 p.m., Room 100.

* Economic and Environmental Affairs: SB662, prayer in public schools; SB794, sexual education classes in public schools; SB868, SB873, school buses, 2 p.m., Room 200.


* Subcommittee on Health and the Environment: decision meeting, 4 p.m., Room 406.

* Judiciary: HB657, orders of restitution for motor vehicle offenses; HB675, HB713, pretrial release; HB781, criminal justice information system; HB796, fingerprinting; HB875, prohibition of trading in funerary objects; HB876, burial site, cemetery and graveyard desecration; HB951, dumping by solid waste violators; prohibition of importing carnivorous animals; HB1147, right of college students to carry self-defense sprays; HB1240, parole release criteria; HB1242, lock-picking devices; HB1288, interception of paging devices; HB1298, fund raising for public safety officers, 3 p.m., Room 120.



* Subcommittee on Public Safety, Transportation, Economic Development and Natural Resources: budget hearings for Department of Employment and Economic Development -- business development, financing program, tourism and promotion, Maryland internal division, business resource, 1 p.m., Room 400.

* Subcommittee on Health, Education and Human Resources: Health Department medical care and Office for Individuals with Disabilities, Office for Child, Youth and Family, 1 p.m., Room 100.

Economic and Environmental Affairs: briefing by secretary of state about audits of private foundations affiliated with the government; SB368, transfer of secretary of state duties to lieutenant governor; SB469, ethics; SB551, office of legislative audits; SB576, attorney general record; SB637, municipal charter records; SB638, fishing and hunting documents; SB870, gubernatorial appointments between legislative sessions, 1 p.m., Room 200.

* Finance: SB544, SB580, SB581, SB582, SB585 through SB600, SB698, SB765, SB789, SJ8, bills dealing with state personnel and employment, 1 p.m., presidential wing.

* Judicial: SB26, SB27, SB31 death penalty cases; SB28, SB29, SB30, SB33, postconviction proceedings; SB32, court of appeals; SB227, jurisdiction of juvenile court; SB480, public defender's scope of representation; SB530, fees for employment police officers: SB534, SB616, bail; SB552, Cecil County state's attorney; SB610, use of handcuffs on prisoners on court; SB703, Baltimore County state's attorney personnel compensation; SB802, Commission on White Collar Dealers of Illegal Drugs; SB878, Carroll County Home Detention Program; SB881, explosives, 1 p.m., Room 300.


* Appropriations: HB1375, Carroll County public facilities bonds; HB1395, Calvert County open space preservation; HB1466, emergency management powers of the governor; HB1467, reimbursement of costs; HB1581, University of Maryland consolidation of constituent institutions; HB1592, Morgan State University Board of Regents powers and responsibilities; HJ15, Interagency Task Force on Telecommuting; HJ16, privatization, 11 a.m., Room 130.

* Subcommittee on Education and Transportation: decision meeting, 2 p.m., Room 431.

* Subcommittee on Health and the Environment: decision meeting, 2 p.m., Room 4096.

* Subcommittee on Human Resources and Public Safety:

decision meeting, 2 p.m., Room 130.

* Economic Matters: HB692, contract for sale of farm land; HB922, minority business enterprise program; HB928, Maryland Condominium Act and Maryland Homeowners Association Act; HB965, health insurance for contractor's employees; HB1118, free enterprise participation; HB1139, HB1158, HB1210, HB1260, HB1261, HB1319, HB1378, HB1384, HB1385, HB1408, HB1409, HB1410, HB1505, HB1539, HB1578, bills dealing with various real estate laws involving property, mobile homes and landlord and tenant rights, 1 p.m., Room 150.

* Environmental Matters: HB700, Certified Backflow Preventer Technician; HB888, customer communications; HB924, HB990, Operation Clean Air; HB950, aquaculture; HB1116, hunting and fishing documents; HB1209, Chesapeake Bay Protection Act; HB1536, culling standards for imported oysters, 1 p.m., Room 160.

* Judiciary: HB682, false statements to Maryland National Capital Park and Planning Police; HB791, police mutual aid agreements; HB795, HB1121, death penalty lethal injection; HB854, location of police radar devices; HB1009, Baltimore City special traffic enforcement officers; HB1028, certification for Crofton Police Department; HB1095, appellate procedure for death penalty cases; HB1105, HB1109, HB1177, HB1179, postconviction proceedings, HB1120 court reporters at death penalty cases; HB1140, bail; HB1176, sentencing in death penalty cases, 1 p.m., Room 120.

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