DOMICILIARY CARE FACILITIES BOARD
Renamed Assisted Living Programs Board in 1997 (Chapter 147, Acts of 1996).
GOVERNOR'S SUBCABINET FOR ENERGY MANAGEMENT
The Subcabinet has been inactive since the fall of 1994. Interagency policy coordination and research, however, continues.
MARYLAND HIGHER EDUCATION LOAN CORP.
On July 1, 1995, United Student Aid Funds - a private, nonprofit guaranty agency that had previously administered Federal Family Education Loan Programs - was designated by the U.S. Department of Education to continue to fulfill the Corporation's function. This met the requirement for the Corporation to dissolve before June 30, 1996 (Chapter 109, Acts of 1994).
MARYLAND HOUSING RESOURCE CORP.
Abolished in 1995 (Chapter 58, Acts of 1995).
INSURANCE FRAUD ADVISORY COUNCIL
Formerly under the Insurance Fraud Division of the Maryland Insurance Commission, the Council has been inactive since 1995.
JUVENILE PROBATIONARY SCHOOL OF BALTIMORE COUNTY
Abolished in 1994 (Chapter 48, Acts of 1994).
LEAD PAINT POISONING COMMISSION
Authorization for the Lead Paint Poisoning Commission ended June 30, 1994 (Chapter 406, Acts of 1992). In 1994, the Lead Poisoning Prevention Commission was formed within the Department of the Environment (Chapter 114, Acts of 1994).
COMMISSION TO SAVE THE LIGHTHOUSES
The Commission was abolished in 1996. No final report was issued.
PEABODY INSTITUTE OVERSIGHT COMMITTEE
Authorization for the Committee ended July 1, 1996 (Code State Finance and Procurement Article, secs. 7-317 through 7-323).
PUBLIC SERVICE PARTNERSHIP PROGRAM ADVISORY BOARD
Formerly under the Maryland Higher Education Commission, the Board has been inactive since 1993.
SCIENCE, ENGINEERING, & TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION
Renamed Maryland Technology Development Corporation, effective July 1, 2000 (Chapter 13, Acts of 2000).
April 1, 2001
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