Maryland Legislature | 2018 | Regular Session

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Active Maryland Bills (Introduced, Engrossed, Enrolled, Passed)

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SB896Requiring the Maryland Health Care Commission, subject to certain limitations, to establish and implement a certain health record and payment clearinghouse pilot program on or before July 1, 2020; requiring the Commission, on or before July 1, 2019, ...2018-03-28
SB1083Requiring, instead of authorizing, the Prescription Drug Monitoring Program to review prescription monitoring data for indications of a possible misuse or abuse of a monitored prescription drug; requiring, instead of authorizing, the Program to repor...2018-03-22
SB1063Requiring, rather than authorizing, a qualifying patient to be a patient of a certain certifying provider or to be referred to the certifying provider, subject to certain conditions; requiring a certain referral to be made by the patient's primary ca...2018-03-22
SB1078Prohibiting a certifying provider, dispensary, processor, or grower or officers, managers, and employees of the certifying provider, dispensary, processor, or grower from cooperating, directly or indirectly, in advertising if the advertising has the ...2018-03-22
SB1081Requiring innkeepers and hosting platform operators offering certain types of limited residential lodging to operate in a certain manner; requiring that certain records be made available to the Comptroller, the Department of Labor, Licensing, and Reg...2018-03-22
SB201Requiring a prescription drug or device manufacturer to submit certain average sales prices to the Maryland Department of Health for each calendar quarter within 30 days after the end of the quarter; requiring the Department to make the average sales...2018-03-21
SB1085Authorizing the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore to establish by ordinance a certain Tourism Improvement District; authorizing the Mayor and City Council to designate a Tourism Improvement District Association to provide certain services; requirin...2018-03-20
Hearing 3/20 at 1:00 p.m.
SB1104Defining "qualified distressed county" for purposes of expanding eligibility for certain credits and benefits under the More Jobs for Marylanders Program to include certain geographic areas that share the same zip code as a qualified distressed count...2018-03-20
SB1010Providing that a provision in certain employment contracts, policies, or agreements that waive certain rights or remedies to a claim of sexual harassment, discrimination, or retaliation is null and void as being against the public policy of the State...2018-03-15
SB408Establishing collective bargaining rights for community college employees; establishing procedures for the selection of an exclusive bargaining representative; establishing that a maximum of six bargaining units may be designated; requiring certain c...2018-03-15

Top Maryland Sponsors

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Del. Susan McComas [R]170Syndicate content
Del. Carlos Sanchez [D]169Syndicate content
Del. David Moon [D]164Syndicate content
Del. Angela Angel [D]163Syndicate content
Del. Nick Mosby [D]156Syndicate content
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Sen. Barbara Robinson [D]183Syndicate content
Sen. William Smith [D]178Syndicate content
Sen. Ronald Young [D]168Syndicate content
Sen. Richard Madaleno [D]167Syndicate content
Sen. Guy Guzzone [D]164Syndicate content

Most Viewed Maryland Bills

BillSummaryText
SB99Clarifying that personal protection or self-defense can qualify as a good and substantial reason to wear, carry, or transport a handgun for purposes of the issuance by the Secretary of State Police of a permit to carry, wear, or transport a handgun.Bill Text
HB1Authorizing a court, under certain circumstances, to terminate the parental rights of an individual convicted of or found to have committed an act of nonconsensual sexual conduct against the other parent that resulted in the conception of a child; sp...Bill Text
SB1062Prohibiting a person from possessing a certain detachable magazine that has a capacity of more than 10 rounds of ammunition; prohibiting a person from possessing a regulated firearm if the person was previously convicted of a certain crime involving ...Bill Text
SB50Altering a certain subtraction modification under the Maryland income tax to include certain retirement income attributable to a resident's employment with the District of Columbia as a law enforcement officer or member of a fire, rescue, or emergenc...Bill Text
HB2Declaring that it is the intent of the General Assembly that programs established by the Act create a successful, but consumer-friendly medical cannabis industry in the State; establishing a Compassionate Use Fund to provide access to medical cannabi...Bill Text
SB2Authorizing a court, under certain circumstances, to terminate the parental rights of an individual convicted of or found to have committed an act of nonconsensual sexual conduct against the other parent that resulted in the conception of a child; sp...Bill Text
HB991Prohibiting a person from possessing a certain detachable magazine that has a capacity of more than 10 rounds of ammunition; prohibiting a person from possessing a regulated firearm if the person was previously convicted of a certain crime involving ...Bill Text
SB304Delaying the effective date of the Maryland Healthy Working Families Act until July 1, 2018.Bill Text
SB72Prohibiting an insurer, with respect to private passenger motor vehicle insurance, from rating a risk based, in whole or in part, on the credit history of an applicant or insured in any manner; repealing certain provisions of law authorizing an insur...Bill Text
SB69Requiring institutions of postsecondary education to provide certain education loan information annually to each undergraduate student enrolled in the institution who applies for federal student aid in the applicable award year; etc.Bill Text

Most Monitored Maryland Bills

BillSummaryText
SB99Clarifying that personal protection or self-defense can qualify as a good and substantial reason to wear, carry, or transport a handgun for purposes of the issuance by the Secretary of State Police of a permit to carry, wear, or transport a handgun.Bill Text
SB1062Prohibiting a person from possessing a certain detachable magazine that has a capacity of more than 10 rounds of ammunition; prohibiting a person from possessing a regulated firearm if the person was previously convicted of a certain crime involving ...Bill Text
SB304Delaying the effective date of the Maryland Healthy Working Families Act until July 1, 2018.Bill Text
SB50Altering a certain subtraction modification under the Maryland income tax to include certain retirement income attributable to a resident's employment with the District of Columbia as a law enforcement officer or member of a fire, rescue, or emergenc...Bill Text
HB1Authorizing a court, under certain circumstances, to terminate the parental rights of an individual convicted of or found to have committed an act of nonconsensual sexual conduct against the other parent that resulted in the conception of a child; sp...Bill Text
SB27Authorizing a person to apply for preliminary approval of a handgun permit without completing a certified firearms training course; requiring the Secretary of State Police to investigate an application for a handgun permit; requiring the Secretary to...Bill Text
SB1039Amending the Maryland Constitution to establish that, subject to certain exceptions, an individual in the State who is at least 21 years old may under State law use cannabis, possess up to 1 ounce of cannabis, cultivate up to 6 cannabis plants, and s...Bill Text
SB135Requiring certain employers with at least a certain number of employees to provide employees with paid time off that is paid at the same wage rate as the employee normally earns and that may be used by the employee for any reason; authorizing an empl...Bill Text
SB169Requiring the Secretary of Health to convene a workgroup to study the advisability of the State forming a generic drugs and medical supplies purchasing cooperative and establishing Maryland as an open formulary State; requiring the workgroup to repor...Bill Text
SB131Requiring that each health practitioner, police officer, educator, and human service worker in the State receive periodic training on the obligation to report child abuse and neglect and on the identification of abused and neglected children; etc.Bill Text

Maryland Sessions

YearSessionIntroducedCompletedLegislationSearchDataset
2018Regular Session30142BrowseSearchDownload
2017Regular Session2879852BrowseSearchDownload
2016Regular Session2832735BrowseSearchDownload
2015Regular Session2248495BrowseSearchDownload
2014Regular Session2693657BrowseSearchDownload
2013Regular Session2618692BrowseSearchDownload
20121st Special Session193BrowseSearchDownload
2012Regular Session2603721BrowseSearchDownload
20111st Special Session553BrowseSearchDownload
2011Regular Session2370621BrowseSearchDownload
2010Regular Session2720740BrowseSearchDownload
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