Maryland General Assembly

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47 Senators
  • 34 Democrats
  • 13 Republicans
166 Delegates
  • 102 Democrats
  • 39 Republicans

Bills

Recently Introduced

SB 1178

Higher Education - Douglas J. J. Peters Veterans of the Afghanistan and Iraq Conflicts Scholarship - Repeal of Service Terminal Date

HB 1517

Common Ownership Communities - Annual Registration With Department of Housing and Community Development - Requirements

HB 1516

Real Property Assessments - Notice of Change in Value or Classification - Time Period

  • Introduced Feb 26 2024
  • Sponsored by Chair, Ways And Means Committee

HB 1518

Estates and Trusts - Interpretation of Wills - Extrinsic Evidence of Intent (Granny's Law)

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Recently Passed

SB 354

Montgomery County and Prince George's County - Rent Court Workforce Solutions Pilot Program

  • Introduced Jan 16 2024
  • Third Reading Passed (43-0) Mar 01 2024
  • Sponsored by Jeff Waldstreicher, Jackson

HB 452

Individual Tax Preparers - Code of Ethics, Notification of Actions, Enforcement, and Penalties (Stop Scam Tax Preparers Act)

  • Introduced Jan 22 2024
  • Third Reading Passed (133-0) Mar 01 2024
  • Sponsored by Office Of The Comptroller, Speaker

SB 397

Vehicle Laws - Military Vehicles - Registration and Operation

HB 615

Education - Prohibited Behavior on School Grounds and Property - Application

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Available Sessions

Session Bill Count
2024 Regular Session 2714
2023 Regular Session 2284
2022 Regular Session 2524
2021, 1st Special Session 14
2021 Regular Session 2361
2020 Regular Session 2762
2019 Regular Session 2481
2018 Regular Session 3101
2017 Regular Session 2881

Sources

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