Maryland Session Laws

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  • Chapter 89, HB 882 – Natural Resources - Pocomoke River Wildland - Alteration of Boundaries

    Altering the boundaries of the Pocomoke River Wildland by exempting a certain tract of land that serves as a trail course and adding a certain tract of land

  • Chapter 88, SB 190 – Tidal Fisheries Advisory Commission - Membership Term - Alteration

    Altering the term of the members of the Tidal Fisheries Advisory Commission from 2 years to 4 years; and providing the Act applies only to members appointed on or after February 1, 2023

  • Chapter 87, SB 178 – Program Open Space - Local Projects - Federal Funds

    Altering a requirement for an applicant to make a certain certification relating to the availability of federal funds for a certain project on an application for a certain local projects grant under Program Open Space

  • Chapter 86, HB 1110 – Environment - Lead Poisoning Prevention - Elevated Blood Lead Level

    Altering the elevated blood lead level that initiates certain case management, environmental investigation, notification, and lead risk reduction requirements; and requiring the Department of the Environment to study and report on the most effective means of incorporating the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Blood Lead Reference Value into the State's lead poisoning prevention programs on or before December 31, 2022

  • 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 84, HB 1086 – 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 83, HB 578 – Public Health - Medications to Treat an Opioid Use Disorder - Preferred and Nonpreferred Medications

    Requiring the Maryland Department of Health to adopt a certain reporting system, analyze patterns of prescribing medications in the State, conduct outreach, and identify certain barriers related to prescribing medications to treat an opioid use disorder; requiring the Department to submit a report of its findings to the Governor and the General Assembly by October 1, 2023, and each October 1 thereafter; and requiring the Department to submit a certain analysis to the Governor and the General Assembly by October 1, 2022

  • Chapter 82, SB 323 – Public Health - Medications to Treat an Opioid Use Disorder - Preferred and Nonpreferred Medications

    Requiring the Maryland Department of Health to adopt a certain reporting system, analyze patterns of prescribing medications in the State, conduct outreach, and identify certain barriers related to prescribing medications to treat an opioid use disorder; requiring the Department to report to the Governor and the General Assembly on its findings by October 1, 2023, and each October 1 thereafter; and requiring the Department to submit a report with a certain initial analysis by October 1, 2022

  • Chapter 81, SB 94 – Public Health - Maryland Suicide Fatality Review Committee

    Establishing the Maryland Suicide Fatality Review Committee, also referred to as the State team, to identify and address the factors contributing to suicide deaths and facilitate system changes in the State to prevent suicide deaths; requiring the State team to report annually to the Governor and the General Assembly; providing for the sharing of information with and confidentiality of information obtained by the State team; exempting State team meetings from the Open Meetings Act; etc.

  • Chapter 80, HB 48 – Public Health - Maryland Suicide Fatality Review Committee

    Establishing the Maryland Suicide Fatality Review Committee; providing that a person has immunity from liability for certain actions related to the Committee; providing for the sharing of information with and confidentiality of information obtained by the Committee; exempting Committee meetings from the Open Meetings Act; and prohibiting certain persons from testifying in any proceeding about details of a Committee meeting

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