• Stephen Buckingham

Time to Act! Hearings Completed for Some Priority Issues

The committee hearings for all priority legislation in the following issue areas have now been held. This means that all efforts in these areas are directed to contacting your lawmakers NOW on the relevant committee, asking them to vote in favor of these bills. Verify your Delegates and Senators here.


Economic Justice

HB 839/SB 539 - Labor and Employment - Family and Medical Leave Insurance Program - Establishment - Committees: House Economic Matters and Senate Finance


Medical Aid in Dying

SB 701 - End-of-Life Option Act (Richard E. Israel and Roger 'Pip' Moyer Act) - Committee: Senate Judicial Proceedings


Immigration

HB 677/SB 850 - Correctional Services - Immigration Detention - Prohibition (Dignity Not Detention Act)

HB 388 - Criminal Procedure - Civil Immigration Enforcement - Restrictions

HB 892/SB 649 - Public Information Act – Motor Vehicle Administration – Warrant for Personal Information and Reporting

HB 1612/SB 901 - State and Local Government - Participation in Federal Immigration Enforcement

HB 403/SB 903 - Immigration Enforcement - Public Schools, Hospitals, and Courthouses - Policies

Committees: Senate Judicial Proceedings and House Judiciary


Education

HB 1300/SB 1000 - Blueprint for Maryland's Future – Implementation of Kirwan Commission Recommendations - Committees: House Appropriations, House Ways and Means, Senate Education, Health, and Environmental Affairs, and Senate Budget and Taxation


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