Maryland Session Laws

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  • Chapter 85, SB 419 – Opioid Restitution Fund - Appropriation of Settlement Funds and Grant Program

    Requiring the appropriation of certain funds from the Opioid Restitution Fund to be made in accordance with certain settlement agreements; requiring the Secretary of Health to establish and administer a grant program for the distribution of certain opioid restitution funds to political subdivisions in accordance with a certain agreement; and requiring the Attorney General to identify and designate the controlling version of the settlement agreements

  • Chapter 69, SB 365 – State Government - Maryland Veterans Commission - Membership

    Altering the membership of the Maryland Veterans Commission by adding a representative of the Reserve Organization of America

  • Chapter 53, HB 609 – Local Health Officers - Removal - Process

    Repealing a provision of law providing that a health officer serves at the pleasure of the Secretary of Health and the governing body of the county; establishing notice and hearing requirements related to a removal of a health officer from office; and prohibiting a health officer who appeals a certain decision of the Secretary from carrying out the duties of health officer while the appeal is pending

  • Chapter 37, SB 228 – Maryland Corps Program - Revisions

    Altering certain purposes of the Maryland Corps Program by allowing participants to transition to the workforce as well as to higher education institutions; requiring that Program funds be used to expand the Chesapeake Conservation Corps and the Maryland Conservation Corps and create a Maryland Civilian Climate Corps and a Maryland Historic Trades Corp; restructuring the Board as a body politic and corporate and as an instrumentality of the State; requiring the Board to prioritize certain individuals for participation in the Program; etc.

  • Chapter 21, SB 279 – Access to Counsel in Evictions Special Fund - Alteration

    Altering the Access to Counsel in Evictions Special Fund to include money received by the Division of Consumer Protection in the Office of the Attorney General from a final settlement, an agreement, or a judgment relating to an investigation or enforcement of the Maryland Consumer Protection Act for an unfair, abusive, or deceptive trade practice for rental residential property, excluding restitution and the costs of the action the Attorney General is entitled to recover

  • Chapter 5, SB 598 – Income Tax - Work Opportunity Tax Credit

    Allowing employers that claim the federal work opportunity credit to claim a credit against the State income tax for certain wages paid to individuals with barriers to employment; altering the calculation of a certain subtraction modification for certain salary and wages paid to certain individuals; requiring the Department of Legislative Services to prepare a tax credit evaluation of the credit on or before December 31, 2028; applying the Act to taxable years beginning after December 31, 2021, but before January 1, 2029; etc.

  • Chapter 124, SB 193 – State Board of Plumbing - Sunset Extension

    Continuing the State Board of Plumbing in accordance with the provisions of the Maryland Program Evaluation Act (sunset law) by extending to July 1, 2033, the termination provisions relating to the statutory and regulatory authority of the Board

  • Chapter 108, HB 448 – State Board of Cosmetologists - Licensees - Supervision of Apprentices

    Increasing, from one to two, the maximum number of apprentices that certain licensed cosmetologists may directly train and supervise; and requiring the State Board of Cosmetologists in the Maryland Department of Labor to adopt regulations consistent with the Act

  • Chapter 92, SB 206 – Department of Agriculture - Spay/Neuter Fund - Extension

    Extending the termination date to September 30, 2032, for provisions of law relating to the Spay/Neuter Fund; and requiring the Department of Agriculture, by October 1, 2022, to report to the General Assembly on the Spay/Neuter Fund

  • Chapter 478, HB 550 – Alcoholic Beverages - Manufacturer's Licenses and Off-Site Permits - Sunset Extension

    Repealing the termination date for various provisions relating to alcoholic beverages manufacturer's licenses and off-site permits, including provisions repealing specified permits and establishing a manufacturer off-site permit and brewery special event permit; extending the termination date for provisions relating to the authorization of holders of certain manufacturer's licenses to sell and deliver and to directly ship their own alcoholic beverages products to certain individuals under certain circumstances; etc.

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