MARYLAND GENERAL ASSEMBLY

LEGISLATIVE SESSIONS: 1994


1994 LEGISLATIVE SESSION
408th session of General Assembly
Annapolis, Maryland
January 12 - April 11, 1994
BILLS
Introduced Passed
Senate 857 305
House 1,694 596
Total 2,551 901
Enacted Vetoed
Senate 214 89
House 532 61
Total 746 150
JOINT RESOLUTIONS
Introduced Passed
Senate 13 6
House 28 4
Total 41 10
CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS
Introduced Passed
Senate 1 1
House 2 2
Total 3 3
Submitted to referendum 0
VETOES
Overridden 0
BUDGET
Operating Budget $13,344,388,055
State Debt $521,305,068
General Construction Loan $379,889,068
School Construction Loan $106,000,000
Bonds $35,416,000
1994 LEGISLATIVE SESSION - SIGNIFICANT ISSUES
Adoption of foster children; AIDS insurance assistance program (extension); AIDS prevention (pilot needle exchange program - Baltimore City); ambulatory care facilities; assault pistols and firearms regulation; budgets (operating and capital); casino gambling - Prince George's County; child support; crime (victims' rights, mandatory sentencing for habitually violent criminals); cross burning; death penalty (lethal injection; legal procedures); defense conversion assistance; Department of State Police; developmental disabilities (equity fund waiting list); discrimination by private clubs that serve alcoholic beverages; DNA data base and central repository; domestic violence; Efficiency 2000 Commission; English language; flag burning; gambling (charitable) regulation statewide; health care patient access (any willing provider); health services - local funding; Information Technology Board; juvenile crime (jurisdiction of criminal court); lead paint poisoning prevention; nursing facilities (discharge and transfer; prescreening and evaluation); parole eligibility and public hearings; procurement practices; schools (year-round); SLAPP (strategic lawsuit against public participation) suits; slot machines on Eastern Shore; small business development; State Aviation Commission; State symbols; Takoma Park (Prince George's and Montgomery Counties); tobacco tax; tourism funding; transportation funding; unemployment insurance (employers' surcharge); Vehicle Theft Prevention Council; welfare reform; wrongful death cases (cap on noneconomic damages).

Source: Department of Legislative Reference

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