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The Maryland General Assembly

What is the Majority Democrat Maryland General Assembly voting on?  Are you in favor or against?  Do these bills live up to the spirit of the Maryland and US Constitution?  Do they honor our men and women in blue, our first-responders, our military? Or are they promoting their belief in Socialism for our State?   What do you think?

Means that Democrats have not let the bill come onto the Floor for a vote, have stricken the bill, replaced the bill, overrode the Governor's veto or voted with a supermajority to have the bill passed.

Means that the majority Democratic General Assembly has voted in the interests of the People of Maryland or that they have voted in favor of a Republican bill. 

FOR the purpose of prohibiting a person from committing, attempting to commit, or conspiring to commit murder in the first degree of a police officer under certain circumstances; prohibiting a person from committing, attempting to commit, or conspiring to commit murder in the second degree of a police officer under certain circumstances; providing that a person convicted and sentenced under the provisions of this Act is ineligible for parole; and generally relating to murder of a police officer.

Action:  Bill Stricken by Democrat majority and Replaced with a Scholarship by Amendment of Senator Carter (Baltimore City).

See Senate Hearing (Go to 1:28:02) - Click Here

Click HERE FOR REPUBLICAN RESPONSE

HB 1338 - No Face Mask  Requirements

FOR the purpose of prohibiting a State or local elected official, governmental entity, or other person from requiring an individual to wear a certain face mask as a condition of entry into certain places or receiving certain goods, services, or education, except under certain circumstances; and generally relating to requirements to wear face masks.

Action:  Bill never made it out of Health & Government Committee.

Sponsored by

Delegates Arikan, Boteler, Grammer, Hornberger, Krebs, Morgan, Rose, Shoemaker, Szeliga, and Wivell 

Bill History - Click Here

HB 1462  - Health Ivermectin

FOR the purpose of authorizing licensed physicians and advanced practice registered nurses to prescribe ivermectin by issuing a standing order; establishing procedures for pharmacists to follow when issuing ivermectin under a standing order; and generally relating to a standing order for ivermectin

Action:  Bill never made it out of Rules Committee.

Sponsored by:  Delegate Dan Cox (R)

Bill History- Click Here

HB 1376 - No Jabs for Jobs

FOR the purpose of requiring an employer to develop a process to allow an employee to 5 obtain an exemption from a COVID–19 vaccination requirement; prohibiting an 6 employer from terminating or forcing an employee to resign under certain 7 circumstances; providing that certain employees have a cause of action against an 8 employer and may pursue certain relief and damages; and generally relating to 9 employers, employees, and an exemption process from COVID–19 vaccination 10 requirements.

Action:  Bill never made it out of Health & Government Committee.

Sponsored by

Delegate Cox, Arikan, Boteler, Krebs, Mautz, McComas, Rose, Thiam & Wivell 

Bill History - Click Here

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