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Maryland General Assembly


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Recently Passed
  • SB 224
    Sponsored by: Bryan W Simonaire
    Education - Orange Ribbon for Healthy School Hours - Establishment
  • SB 529
    Sponsored by: Gail H Bates
    Open Meetings Act - Requirements for Agendas
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Recently Introduced
  • SB 125
    Sponsored by: Brian J Feldman
    Woodrow Wilson Bridge and Tunnel Compact - Repeal
  • SB 126
    Sponsored by: Brian J Feldman
    Creation of a State Debt - Montgomery County - TLC's Katherine Thomas School
View More Senate Bills


Recently Passed
  • HB 390
    Sponsored by: Reilly, Teresa E.
    Maryland Income Tax Refunds - Warrant Intercept Program - Statewide
  • HB 595
    Sponsored by: Hayes, Antonio L.
    Behavioral Health Community Providers - Keep the Door Open Act
View More Passed House Bills
Recently Introduced
  • HB 93
    Sponsored by: Chair
    Gaming - Video Lottery Operation License - Renewal Term
  • HB 87
    Sponsored by: Stephen W Lafferty
    Baltimore County - Elections for Judges of the Orphans' Court - Procedures
View More House Bills

Available Sessions

Session Bills
2007 Regular Session 2495 bills
2007, 1st Special Session 94 bills
2008 Regular Session 2651 bills
2009 Regular Session 2675 bills
2010 Regular Session 2720 bills
2011 Regular Session 2370 bills
2011, 1st Special Session 55 bills
2012 Regular Session 2603 bills
2012, 1st Special Session 19 bills
2012, 2nd Special Session 40 bills
2013 Regular Session 2610 bills
2014 Regular Session 2672 bills
2015 Regular Session 2234 bills
2016 Regular Session 2817 bills
2017 Regular Session 259 bills


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