April 12, 1996
A graphic in Tuesday's editions incorrectly reported the outcome of proposed legislation to license recreational crabbers Maryland. The bill was killed in a House of Delegates committee.The Sun regrets the errors.! Pub Date: 4/12/96
January 13, 1991
Status of Carroll County's legislative packageBill--91-1Description of proposed legislationGeneral obligation bond authorization: Authorize the county to sell bonds to pay for capital projects, included in the fiscal 1992 county budget (such as for schools, landfills, senior centers); amount to be determined.Status (as of Jan. 11)Delegation has agreed to draft bill.Bill-- 91-2Description of proposed legislation.Carroll County General Hospital contribution: Authorize County Commissioners to grant $200,000 per year, for a five-year period, to CCGH to help finance its capital improvement programup.
August 3, 2012
A bill to change the way the Columbia Association is defined in state law is portrayed by the organization's lawyer as a necessary housekeeping measure, but the legislation seems to have an image problem. The Columbia Association board had it on the agenda for discussion recently, but the occasion served mainly as a reminder of last fall, when the CA proposed, then withdrew, a request that the county's legislative delegation sponsor the law...
February 4, 2005
Proposed legislation would allow early voting in elections Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller proposed legislation yesterday that would allow voters to participate in elections up to eight days early. Other states that allow early voting have found the alternative to be successful, Miller said, because many voters have trouble finding time to get to the polls as they juggle family, work and other responsibilities. Miller's legislation would allow local election boards to determine the number and location of polling places that would be open prior to Election Day. Proposal would change BWI name to honor judge The Baltimore-Washington International Airport would be renamed the Thurgood Marshall Baltimore-Washington International Airport under a proposal from Del. Emmett C. Burns Jr., a Baltimore County Democrat.
October 1, 2013
There is an established way to make or change laws: A majority of the House and Senate agree and send their proposed legislation to the president. He then approves or vetoes it ("House sets vote on funding bill; agencies brace for shutdown," Sept. 29). The Republicans try to get around the established process by threatening to hurt lots of people if a certain law isn't changed. No voting, no legislative agreement, just threats. They are just a bunch of gangsters in neckties. William Akers, Baltimore
February 11, 1992
Of 463 SUNDIAL callers who responded to a question about proposed legislation that would require guns at home to be kept under lock, 183 (39.5 percent) said the bill would accomplish its goal of preventing shooting accidents; 108 (23.3 percent) said stronger measures should be taken; and 172 (37.1 percent) said no bill is needed."It's Your Call" represents a sampling of opinions from certain segments of the community, but it is not balanced demographically, as a scientific public opinion poll would be.