• Stephen Buckingham

Upcoming Hearings - Week of January 18

UULM-MD priority bills are in blue


Monday, January 18

House Judiciary Committee - 1:30 p.m.

HB 3 - Delegate Clippinger - Correctional Services - Parole - Life Imprisonment

HB 89 - Delegate Wilkins - Correctional Services - Diminution Credits - Education

HB 100 - Delegate Davis, D.M. - Correctional Services - Inmate Cost-of-Living Report - Maryland Correctional Enterprises Diversity Report

HB 324 - Delegate Moon - Criminal Law - Marijuana - Possession and Possession With Intent to Distribute


Tuesday, January 19

Senate Finance Committee - 1:00 p.m.

SB 152 - Chair, Finance Committee - Maryland Strategic Energy Investment Fund – Use of Funds and Electric Vehicle Excise Tax Credits


House Ways and Means Committee - 1:30 p.m.

HB 202 - Delegate Stein - Election Law - Presidential Electors - Selection and Voting

HB 206 - Delegate Washington - Election Law – Early Voting Centers – Hours of Operation

HB 245 - Delegate Hill - Election Judges - Training and Signs - Accommodations for Voters in Need of Assistance

HB 247 - Delegate Guyton - Election Law - Voting Order Priority - Individuals Who Need Extra Assistance

HB 398 - Delegate Palakovich Carr - Election Law – Time Off for Employee Voting

HB 222 - Delegate Wilkins - Value My Vote Act


Wednesday, January 20

Senate Judicial Proceedings Committee - 11:00 a.m.

SB 143 - Senator Waldstreicher - Criminal Law - Marijuana - Possession and Possession With Intent to Distribute

SB 220 - Senator Hettleman - Criminal Law - Hate Crimes - Protected Groups and Penalties


Senate Budget and Taxation Committee - 1:00 p.m.

SB 199 - Senator McCray - Maryland Transit Administration - Funding (Transit Safety and Investment Act)


House Environment and Transportation Committee - 1:30 p.m.

HB 51 - Delegate Turner - Zoning - Environmental Justice Considerations

HB 82 - Delegate Fisher, W. - Constitutional Amendment - Environmental Rights


House Ways and Means Committee - 1:30 p.m.

HB 171 - Delegate Washington - State Department of Education - School Discipline - Data Collection


Thursday, January 21

Senate Education, Health, and Environmental Affairs Committee - 11:00 a.m.

SB 121 - Senator Patterson - Zoning - Environmental Justice Considerations

SB 228 - Senator Hettleman - Capital Projects - High Performance and Green Buildings - Alterations (Green Building Restoration Act)

SB 304 - Senator Pinsky - Maryland Recycling Act - Recyclable Materials and Resource Recovery Facilities - Alterations


Senate Judicial Proceedings Committee - 11:00 a.m.

SB 71 - Senator Sydnor - Police Officers - Testimony - Presumption of Inadmissibility (Maryland Police Accountability Act of 2021)

SB 166 - Senator Sydnor - Criminal Procedure - Police Officers - Duty to Report Misconduct (Maryland Police Accountability Act)

SB 178 - Senator Carter - Public Information Act - Personnel Records - Investigations of Law Enforcement Officers (Anton's Law)

SB 237 - Senator West - Public Safety - Law Enforcement Reform

SB 260 - Senator Ellis - Public Safety - Police Officers' Performance Review Board


Senate Finance Committee - 1:00 p.m.

SB 65 - Senator Kelley - Electricity - Renewable Energy Portfolio Standard - Qualifying Biomass

SB 316 - Senator Klausmeier - Renewable Energy Portfolio Standard - Hydroelectric Power


House Judiciary Committee - 1:30 p.m.

HB 385 - Delegate Crutchfield - Criminal Law - Felony Murder - Limitation and Review of Convictions for Children


House Ways and Means Committee - 1:30 p.m.

HB 60 - Delegate Wilkins - Income Tax - Green Buildings Tax Credit - Multifamily Housing


House Health and Government Operations Committee - 1:30 p.m.

HB 236 - Delegate Hil - Department of General Services - Energy-Conserving Standards (Maryland Sustainable Buildings Act of 2021)


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