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Bills of local interest

March 08, 2009
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SB 586 -- Allows domestic violence victims with temporary or final protective orders against their attackers to be given a handgun permit. Hearing March 18.

SB 893 -- Protection of Children from Online Predators Act of 2009: Requires an Internet access provider to offer parental Internet control, gives an Internet access provider of an interactive computer service immunity from civil liability and authorizes a judge to give a specified special sentence to those convicted of sexual offenses against children. Hearing March 17.

SB 939 -- Requires handicapped parking spaces to be the same size as regular parking spaces if the regular spaces are larger. Hearing March 24.

SB 977 -- Requires the comptroller to distribute surplus lottery revenue to all of the public school systems in the state. No hearing scheduled.

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SB 979 -- Exempts wind energy equipment from certain taxes. No hearing scheduled.

SB 1022 -- Establishes a minimum penalty of two days imprisonment for a first violation of driving while under the influence of alcohol or drugs. No hearing scheduled.

SB 1023 -- Establishes the Maryland Sesquicentennial of the American Civil War Commission. No hearing scheduled.

Sen. Donald F. Munson, R-Washington

SB 718 -- Bond bill of $250,000 for the Barbara Ingram School for the Arts in Hagerstown. Hearing March 14.

SB 719 -- Bond bill of $100,000 for the Doleman Black Heritage Museum Inc. in Hagerstown. Hearing March 14.

SB 286 -- Prohibits the buying of a child or offering to buy a child. Unfavorable in committee.

SB 1016 -- Bond bill of $150,000 for the Washington County Museum of Fine Arts in Hagerstown. Hearing March 14.

Del. John P. Donoghue, D-Washington

HB 230 -- Bond bill of $250,000 for the Barbara Ingram School for the Arts in Hagerstown. Hearing March 14.

HB 231 -- Bond bill of $100,000 for the Doleman Black Heritage Museum Inc. in Hagerstown. Hearing March 14.

HB 521 -- Alters the definition of trauma center to include Washington County Hospital to assist in physician reimbursement. Heard Feb. 19.

HB 714 -- Establishes the Maryland Loan Assistance Repayment Program for physicians. Heard Feb. 24.

HB 1147 -- Requires health insurance carriers to reimburse physicians for some administrative services they provide. Hearing March 12.

HB 1161 -- Requires the State Board of Physicians to adopt regulations for the licensing of anesthesiologist assistants and the practice of anesthesia care by anesthesiologist assistants. Hearing March 18.

HB 1206 -- Includes correctional case management specialists in the Correctional Officers' Retirement System. Hearing March 24.

HB 1430 -- Bond bill of $150,000 for the Washington County Museum of Fine Arts in Hagerstown. Hearing March 14.

Del. LeRoy E. Myers Jr., R-Washington/Allegany

HB 1164 -- Requires the Secretary of Health and Mental Hygiene to adopt regulations requiring those authorized by state or local law to transport the remains of someone who has died to show the deceased person proper dignity. Hearing March 19.

HB 1172 -- Requires the Postmortem Examiners Commission to adopt regulations relating to death that permit the deputy medical examiner or forensic investigator to consider expediency of response when arranging for transportation services of human remains from the scene of a death. Hearing March 19.

HB 1174 -- Requires some private career schools to maintain additional financial guarantees. Hearing March 17.

Del. Andrew A. Serafini, R-Washington

HB 936 -- Requires school boards to treat a student's religious viewpoint the same way they treat secular viewpoints and prohibit discrimination based on religious viewpoints. Heard March 4.

Del. Christopher B. Shank, R-Washington

HB 924 -- Creates a State Correctional Officers' Bill of Rights that provides certain rights relating to employment investigation and discipline. Hearing March 10.

HB 988 -- Requires the Secretary of Public Safety and Correctional Services to report some information about employee strip searches to the attorney general. Hearing March 17.

HB 993 -- Makes some living units at specified continuing care retirement communities eligible for the homestead property tax credit. Hearing March 12.

HB 1014 -- Justice's Law: Increases the maximum penalty for first-degree child abuse resulting in death of the child to life in prison, and increases the maximum penalty for a subsequent conviction of child abuse resulting in death of the child to life in prison. Hearing March 12.

HB 1030 -- Requires some people convicted of certain offenses to be added to an offender's registry retroactively. Hearing March 10.

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