The following is a list of legislative hearings scheduled in Annapolis during the coming week. The committee holding the hearing is listed first, followed by the location, the time, the titles and numbers of the bills to considered. Thursday, March 16
BUDGET AND TAXATION. James Office Building, 10 a.m., Maryland Office for Children and Youth (S.B. 63); Income Tax Credits - Educational Expenses (S.B. 722).
CONSTITUTIONAL AND PUBLIC LAW. James Office Building, Room 400, 10 a.m., Vehicle Laws - Vehicle Storage by Wreckers (S.B. 1201); Vehicle Laws - Wreckers and Salvage Vehicles (S.B. 1207); Vehicle Laws - Wreckers and Scrap Processors (S.B. 1209); Vehicle Laws - Wreckers (H.B. 1210); Vehicle Laws - Single Registration Plate (H.B. 128); Vehicle Laws - Driving School and Instructor Licenses (H.B. 164); Vehicle Laws - Taxes and Fees (H.B. 274); Vehicle Axle Load Limits - Permitted Tolerance for Forest Products (H.B. 260); Vehicle Inspection - Sale of Used Vehicles (H.B. 435); Vehicle Laws - Finance Company Registration Plates (H.B.603).
SENATE ECONOMIC AFFAIRS. James Office Building, Room 200, 9 a.m., Alcoholic Beverages - Chain Stores and Supermarkets (S.B. 970); Unit Pricing (S.B. 972); Sanitary Landfill - FAA Approval (S.B. 991); Optometry - Definition of Pharmacological Agents (S.B. 996); Pharmacists - Continuing Education (S.B. 1072); Cosmetologists - Compensation of State Board (S.B. 1005); Small Business Set-Aside Purchases (S.B. 1007); Mobile home Parks (S.B. 1143); Plumbing (S.B. 1064); Sheltered Workshops - Transportation (S.B. 1178); Optical Dispensing Services (S.B. 1216); Practice Of Pharmacy (S.B. 1223); Electrologists Practice Act (S.B. 1225); Chiropractors (S.B. 1228).
SENATE FINANCE. James Office Building, 10 a.m., Hospitals and Related Institutions (H.B. 42); Patients' Bill of Rights (H.B. 173); High Blood Pressure Commission (H.B. 199); Kidney Disease Program - Billing (H.B. 204); Local Mental Health Advisory Committees (H.B. 223); Related Institutions - Admissions Restriction (H.B. 225); Alcoholism - Detoxification Units (H.B. 429); Service Stations - Self Serve Islands (H.B. 31); Medicaid - Time Limit for Receipt of Invoices (H.B. 243); Nursing Homes (H.B. 457); Department of Health and Mental Hygiene Facilities - Staffing Ratio (H.B. 855); Adult Education Courses (H.B. 548); Public Education - Funding (H.B. 852).
APPROPRIATIONS. Lowe Office Building, Room 130, 12:30 p.m., Public School Employes - Assault Leave (H.B. 1538); Ocean City Convention Hall Commission - Employes (H.B. 1597); Classified State Employes - Bereavement Leave (H.B. 1607); Baltimore City - Transfer of Certain Employes to State Employment (H.B. 1654); State Employes - Transfer Of Sick Leave (H.B. 1656); Merit System - Sick Leave (H.B. 1661); Board of Public Works - Facilities for Handicapped (H.J.R. 36); Equal Rights Amendment - Support (H.J.R. 37); Maryland Accounting and Financial Reporting Practices (H.J.R. 43); Storm Equipment for State Buildings in Annapolis (H.J.R. 67).
ECONOMIC MATTERS. Lowe Office Building, Room 150, Immediately after the session, Automobile Insurance - Notice of Policy Changes (H.B. 1710); Automobile Insurance - Notice of Payment (H.B. 1966); Maryland Automobile Insurance Fund - Incentives (H.B. 1977); Motor Vehicle Insurance (H.B. 1980); Automobile Insurance - Rates (H.B. 2071); Health Insurance - Alcoholic Rehabilitation Benefits (H.B. 1766); Non-Profit Health Service Plan (H.B. 1837); Life Insurance - Benefits (H.B. 1780); Medical Insurance - Duplication of Benefits (H.B. 1816); Non-Profit Health Service Plans - Insurance Commissioner (H.B. 1817); Prepaid Legal Services Plans - Regulation (H.B. 1842); Professional and Executive Liability Fund (H.B. 1923); Health Insurance - Renewal (S.B. 566).
ENVIRONMENTAL MATTERS. Lowe Office Building, 1 p.m., Emergency Lighting Systems - Buildings (H.B. 1578); Building Safety - Sprinkler Systems (H.B. 1736); LNG - Safety Regulations (H.B. 1961); Electrologist Practice Act (H.B. 2098); Oil Refineries - Chesapeake Bay (H.B. 2118); Pregnancy - Testing Products (H.B. 1799); Smoking in Supermarkets (H.B. 1574).
JUDICIARY. Lowe Office Building, Room 120, 1 p.m., Award of Attorneys' Fees (H.B. 483); Judgements - interests (H.B. 501); Appetiate Jurisdiction of Appeals Courts (H.B. 1026); Declaration of Rights - Unanimous Jury Verdicts (H.B. 1102); Juvenile Causes - Use of Judges and Masters (H.B. 1180); Admission of Bar - Re-examinations (H.B. 1425); Minimum Sentences for Crimes (H.B. 1447); Forgery - Husband and Wife (H.B. 1459); Unauthorized Duplication of Sound Recordings (H.B. 1623); Crimes of Violence - Definitions (H.B. 1646); Crimes and Punishments - Interference With a Police Officer (H.B. 1742); Possession of a Handgun (H.B. 1748); District Court (H.B. 1798); Powers of Attorney (H.B. 1809); Court Costs - Attorney's Fee (H.B. 1831); Obscenity (H.B. 1908); District Court - Service of Process (H.B. 1949); State Crime Prevention Agency (H.B. 2024); Criminal Proceedings - Jury Trials (H.B. 2029); Probation Before Entry of Judgement - Waiver of Appeal (H.B. 2031).
WAYS AND MEANS. Lowe Office Building, Room 110, 12:30 p.m., Farm Silos (H.B. 1793 and H.B. 1794); Allegany County - bell Tower Building (H.B. 1822); Worcester County - Marlin Park Home Owner's Association (H.B. 1828); Worcester County - Greater Ocean City Health Service Corporation Tax Credit (H.B. 1829); State Department Assessments and Taxation (H.B. 1834); Non-Profit Housing Property Tax Exemption (H.B. 1897); Assessment Notices - Information About Changes (H.B. 1888); Property Tax Collection (H.B. 1889); Decrease or Abatement (H.B. 1891); Allegany and Garrett Counties - Assessment and Taxation (H.B. 1899); Property Tax Credits - Montgomery County (H.B. 1941); Cecil County - Tax Differential (H.B. 1944); Assessment Notices - Failure to Send Notices (H.B. 2063); Harford County - Tax Valuation of Silos (H.B. 2094); Property Tax Assessment Appeals Board (H.B. 2140); Condominiums - Assessment Statements (H.B. 2160); Baltimore County Council - Property Tax Rate (H.J.R. 94); Credit for Residential Rehabilitation (H.B. 1017); Corporate Real Property - Tax on Transfers (H.B. 1298); Real and Personal Property Assessments (H.B. 92); Maryland Industrial and Commercial Growth Pool (H.B. 1363); Constant Yield Tax Rate (H.B. 1372 and H.B. 1373); Worcester County Tax Exemption for Berlin Community Improvement Association (H.B. 1375); Worcester and Somerset Counties - Tax Differential (H.B. 1376); Real Property Tax - Exemptions (H.B. 1387); Calvert County - Credit for Smoke Detectors (H.B. 1445); Deferred Connection Fees and Front Foot Benefit Charges (H.B. 1482); Baltimore City - Unpaid Real Estate Taxes (H.B. 1501); Exemptions - Ministers and Members of Religion Orders (H.B. 1658); D.A.T. - Salary Schedules (H.B. 1678); Property Taxation - Exemptions (H.B. 1753); Somerset County - Compensation for Lost Property Tax Revenue (H.J.R. 76); Credit for Residential Rehabilition (H.B. 981); Housing for the Elderly (H.B. 1875); Deferred Property Tax Credits - Montgomery County (H.B. 1880). Friday, March 17
BUDGET AND TAXATION. James Office Building, 10 a.m., Income Tax - Returns by Dependents (H.B. 67); Revenue and Tax Lawss - Oaths (H.B. 137); Assessments - Publications (H.B. 139); Assessments - Notices (H.B. 140); Assessments - Records (H.B. 142); Assessments - Estimated Base (H.B. 143); Assessments - Uniform Plan (H.B. 145); Assessments - Personnel (H.B. 146); Assessments - Penalties (H.B. 147); Assessing Authority (H.B. 148); Department of Assessment and Taxation - Fees (H.B. 149); Income Tax - Tax Preference Income (H.B. 151 and H.B. 152); Sales Tax - Exemptions (H.B. 186); Use Tax - License Fee (H.B. 257); Assessment - Recordation (H.B. 272); Income Tax - Historic Property (H.B. 355); Sales Tax - Food (H.B. 626); Inheritance Tax - Rates (H.B. 626); Property Tax Assessments - Appeal Boards (H.B. 628); Property Tax Assessment - Appeal Boards (H.B. 630); Tax Credits - Local Property Taxes (H.B. 635 and H.B. 636); Income Tax-Lump Sum Distributions (H.B. 659).
SENATE ECONOMIC AFFAIRS. James Office Building, Room 200, 9 a.m., Life Insurance Policy Loans (S.B. 1004); Nonprofit Health Service Plans (S.B. 1055); Insurance Adjusters (S.B. 1071); Insurance - Protest Procedure (S.B. 1077); Insurance Code - Penalties (S.B. 1086); Insurance Interest on Property Damage Claims (S.B. 1090); Classification of Automobile Insurance Rates (S.J.R. 54); Insurance Brokerage Fees (S.B. 1116).
APPROPRIATIONS. Lowe Office Building, Room 120, 12:30 p.m., Review of Federal Grant-In-Aid Application (H.B. 1359); Maryland Industrial Land Acts - Loan to Political Subdivisions (H.B. 1521); Transportation Facilities - Tolls and Revenues (H.B. 1580); Program Open Space - Termination (H.B. 1591); State Building Contracts - Permissive and Mandatory Clauses (H.B. 1605); Baltimore City - Program Open Space (H.B. 1655); Architectural and Engineering Services - Award of Contracts (H.B. 1731); Bear Creek Bridges (H.B. 1810); Creation of a State Debt - Bear Creek Bridges (H.B. 1810); State Hospitals - Maryland State Health and Hospital Corporation (H.B. 1849).
JUDICIARY. Lowe Office Building, Room 120, 1 p.m., Eligibility for Parole - Manslaughter (H.B. 1634); Eligibility for Parole - Violent Crime (H.B. 1636); Eligibility for Parole - Murder (H.B. 1637); Eligibility for Parole - Rape (H.B. 1638); Eligibility for Parole - Aggravated Assault (H.B. 1639); Eligibility for Parole - Armed Robbery (H.B. 1640); Maryland National Capital Park and Planning Commission (H.B. 1649); Prisoners - Cost of Department of Correction Inmates in Local Jails (H.B. 1687); Carroll County - Intracounty Fresh Pursuit (H.B. 1767); Bowie State College Police Force (H.B. 1914); Law Enforcement Officers' Bill of Rights (H.B. 1982 and H.B. 1983); Bowie State College Police Force (H.B. 1985); Prisoners - Transfers from Maximum Security (H.B. 1986); Natural Resources Police Officers and Park And Forest Wardens (H.J.R. 87).
WAYS AND MEANS.Lowe Oflfice Building, Room 110, 12:30 p.m., Mental Health and Mental Retardation Facilities (H.B. 854); Aid to Families with Dependent Children (H.B. 954); Ombudsman - Mentally 111 and Mentally Retarded (H.B. 1371); Medical Assistance - Income Eligibility Limits (H.B.. 1388); Single Parent Services (H.B. 1589); Food Stamps (H.B. 1610); Domiciliary Care - Funding (H.B. 1773); Maryland Statewide Medical Education and Training System - Area Health Education Centers (H.J.R. 85); Mental Retardation - Comprehensive Evaluation (H.B. 1921); Medicaid Payments - Hearing Aid Services (H.B. 2087); Public Assistance (H.B. 2091); Social Workers (H.B. 2117); Blind and Handicapped Persons - Study Commission (H.J.R. 103); Services to the Handicapped Training (H.J.R. 116) Saturday, March 18
APPROPRIATIONS. Lowe Office Building, Room 130, 9:30 a.m., State Spending Limitation (H.B. 1858); Revenue Deficiency Fund (H.B. 1859); Economic Stabilization Fund (H.B. 1860); Public School Construction Loans (H.B. 1884); School of Veterinary Medicine - University of Maryland Eastern Shore Campus (H.B. 940 and H.B. 1590); Establish School of Veterinary Medicine (H.J.R. 84); Higher Education - Employe Benefits (H.B. 1850); Use of State-owned and Privately owned Motor Vehicles (H.B. 1853). Monday, March 20
SENATE ECONOMIC AFFAIRS. James Office Building, Room 200, 10 a.m., Baltimore City - Secretary of Agriculture (S.B. 1037); Commodity Quality Grading Fund (H.B. 427); Wildlife Hunting Season - Geese (H.B. 1175); Sediment and Soil Erosion - Personnel (S.B. 1204); Wetlands - Shore Erosion Control (S.B. 1233); Inspection of Dams (S.B. 1243); Hunting Licenses - Effective Date (S.B. 1249); Vessel Traffic System for the Bay (S.J.R. 71); Dredging Disposal Site (S.J.R. 74); Fishing - Patent Tonging (S.B. 1281); Maryland Environmental Service (H.B. 285).
APPROPRIATIONS. Lowe Office Building, Room 130, 12:30 p.m., Payment to Persons Convicted in Error (H.B. 1664); Merit System - Reclassification of Positions (H.B. 1947); State Employment - Review Need for Positions (H.B. 1979); Merit System - Transfer and Suspension, Appeals (H.B. 1981); Disclosure of Classified Employes Names and Salaries (H.B. 2152); State Police - Pay (H.B. 2156); Local Pension Systems - Actuarial Evaluation (H.B. 1863); Teachers' Retirement System - Creditable Service Payments (H.B. 1905); Teachers' Retirement - Sick Leave Credit (H.B. 1929); Retirement System - Military Credit (H.B. 2022); Disability Benefits (H.B. 2124); Disability Retirement (H.J.R. 109).
CONSTITUTIONAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE LAW. Lowe Office Building, Room 140, 3 p.m., Elections - Board of Registry (S.B. 205); State Accident Fund - Commissioners (S.B. 237); Allegany Community College - Student on Board of Trustees (S.B. 262); Allegany Community College - Faculty on the Board of Trustees (S.B. 286); Economic and Community Developement Department - Board of Review (S.B. 384); Time Computation (S.B. 451); Political Committees - Resignation of Chairman or Treasurer (S.B. 501); Certificates of Nomination - Contents (S.B. 511); Municipal Elections - Voter Registration Purge (S.B. 522).
JUDICIARY. Lowe Office Building, Room 120, 3 p.m., Wills - Recording Where Property is Situated (H.B. 1403); Estates and Trusts - Decedents's Bank Deposit, and Safekeeping Repositories (H.B. 1755); Disclaimer of Property Interests (H.B. 1792); Cecil County - Duties of Register of Wills (H.B. 1845); Montgomery County - Fees in Estates (H.B. 1878); Estates and Trusts - Personal Representation (H.B. 1909); Estates and Trusts - Rules of Construction (H.B. 2032); Wills - Attestation (H.B. 2069). Tuesday, March 21
SENATE ECONOMIC AFFAIRS. James Office Building, Room 200, 10 a.m., Workmen's Compensation (S.B. 1060); Workmen's Compensation - Firefighting Instructors (S.B. 1124); Bank - Stockholders (S.B. 1096); Depositories - Security Of Insurers (S.B. 1117); Maryland Surety Bond Program (S.B. 1217); Motor Vehicle Repairs - Loan of Car (S.B. 1122); Corporation - Consumer Cooperatives (S.B. 1125); Motion Pictures - Fair Trade Practices (S.B. 1159); Warranties - Manufacturer Repair Facilities (S.B. 1170); Garrett County - Pinball Machine Licenses (S.B. 1176); Unemployment Insurance - Employment Report (S.B. 1253); Cost of Liquor Board Appeals (S.B. 1259).
APPROPRIATIONS. Lowe Office Building, Room 130, 12:30 p.m., Public Schools - Proceeds from Sale, Lease or Disposal (H.B. 1924); Toll Facilities Officers (H.B. 1946); Ocean City Convention Hall Commission (H.B. 1954); Budget Bill - Listing of Contracts Binding the State (H.B. 2028); Department of Budget and Fiscal Planning Fund Reversion (H.B. 2062); Supplemental Budget (H.B. 2099); Creation of a State Debt - Homeowners' Starter Loan Program (H.B. 2139); Use of University of Maryland Eastern Shore (H.J.R. 82); University of Maryland - Transfer of Facilities (H.J.R. 83).
CONSTITUTIONAL AND PUBLIC LAW. Lowe Office Building, Room 140, 1 p.m., Home Rule for Code Counties (H.B. 1756); Code Counties - Powers (H.B. 1758); Code Counties - Definitions (H.B. 1791).
ECONOMIC MATTERS.Lowe Office Building, Room 150, Immediately after the session, Kosher Products (H.B. 1912); Warranties - Manufacturer Repair Facilities (H.B. 1972); Soft Drink Franchise (H.B. 1992); Boats Docked in Marinas (H.B. 2014); Tourism in Maryland (H.J.R. 104); Commission on Municipal Redevelopment (H.J.R. 108); Home Improvement Law - Guaranty Fund (H.B. 1913); Mobile Home Parks - Rules and Penalties (H.B. 1723); Washington County - Sales by Restaurants (H.B. 1991); Washington County - Salaries Board of Licenses Commissioners (H.B. 1808); Caroline County - Salary of License Commissioners (H.B. 1874); Baltimore County - Sunday Sales (H.B. 1577); Baltimore County - Liquor Board Qualifications (H.B. 2072); Allegany County-Suspensions or Fines (H.B. 1815); Metric System in Allegany County (S.B. 64); Minimum Wage Act - State of Maryland (S.B. 431); Minium Wage Law - Exemption (S.B. 688); Calvert County - Electrical Wiring by Homeowners (S.B. 457); Employment - Medical Questions (S.B. 518).
JUDICIARY. Lowe Office Building, Room 120, 1 p.m., Landlord and Tenant - Good Cause Eviction (H.B. 110); Landlord and Tenant - Statement of Legal Rights - Leases in Violation of Rights (H.B. 179); Condominiums - Notice of Conversion (H.B. 359); Landlord and Tenant - Holdover Tenant (H.B. 378); Baltimore County - Residential Leases (H.B. 381); Delinquent Condominium Fees (H.B. 489); Landlord and Tenant - Good Cause Eviction (H.B. 529); Landlord and Tenant - Rigth of Possession of Leased Premises (H.B. 531); Landlord and Tenant - Breach of Lease (H.B. 883); Landlord and Tenant - Good Cause Eviction (H.B. 891); Landlord and Tenant - Repair and Deduct (H.B. 1150); Landlord and Tenant - Liability (H.B. 1738); Real Property - Liquidated Damages (H.B. 1919); Landlord Tenant - Deposits (S.B. 126); Landlord and Tenant - Holding Over (S.B. 306); Landlord and Tenant - Failure to Pay Rent (S.B. 309); Landlord and Tenant - Breach of Lease (S.B. 570).
WAYS AND MEANS. Lowe Office Building, Room 110, 12:30 p.m., Baltimore City - Commuter Tax (H.B. 976); Taxation - Multistate Tax Compact (H.B. 1237); Income Tax Rates - Revisions and Credits (H.B. 1525); Personal Exemption for Elderly (H.B. 1569); Income Tax Rates - Revision of Credits (H.B. 1777); Income Tax - Dependents (H.B. 2010); State Income Tax - Credits (H.B. 2106); Federal 'Piggyback' Collection and Administration (H.B. 2112); Cecil County - Income Taxation (H.B. 2129); Property Tax in Baltimore City (H.J.R. 29). Wednesday, March 22
SENATE ECONOMIC AFFAIRS. James Office Building, Room 200, 10 a.m., Insurers - Salvaged Business (S.B. 1208 and S.B. 1286); Automobile Insurance - Unearned Commission (S.B. 1222); Automobile Insurance (S.B. 1229); Insurance Companies - Out of State Assests (S.B. 1232); Insurance Coverage - Drug Treatment (S.B. 1277); Public Buildings - Illumination Standards (S.B. 1270); Motor Vehicle Insurance - Self Insurer (H.B. 74); Insurance Coverage - Medical Assistance (H.B. 345); Insurance - Maternity Disability Benefits (H.B. 929); Retail Credit Accounts and Retail Installment Sales Discrimination (H.B. 30); Panama Canal Treaty (S.J.R. 63).
APPROPRIATIONS. Lowe Office Building, Room 130; 12:30 p.m., General Construction Loan of 1977 - Correctional Complex (H.B. 2100); Comptroller - Annual Report (H.B. 2109); University of Maryland - Housing Facilities (H.B. 2125); Funds Received from Sale of 'Maryland Magazine (H.B. 2143); Budget and Fiscal Planning - Secretary's Duties (H.B. 2144); Department Secretaries - Removal from Office (H.B. 2145); Salisbury State Office Complex (H.J.R. 91); Glenarden Apartments (H.J.R. 98).
ECONOMIC MATTERS. Lowe Office Building, Room 150, Immediately after the session, Privacy - Medical Records (H.B. 1696); Property Insurance - Limitations on Coverage (H.B. 1943); Title Insurance - Rate Hearings (H.B. 1975); Insurance Educational Requirements for Agents (H.B. 1999); Insurers - Vehicle Salvage Business ;H.B. 2001): Vehicle Laws - Wreckers and Scrap Processors (H.B. 2002); Life Insurance Policy Loan (H.B. 2025); Cancellation of Insurance (H.B. 2090); Exempting Taxicabs from Personal Injury Protection (H.B. 2023); Commercial Law - Credit Regulations (H.B. 2119); Escrow Accounts (S.B. 85); Rental Mortgage Loans (H.B. 2162); Currency Exchange Law (S.B. 120); Credit Unions (S.B. 121); Credit Unions Loans (S.B. 235); Savings and Loan Associations (S.B. 241); Associations (S.B. 232); Savings and Loan Associations (S.B. 255); Board of Building, Savings and Loan Associations (S.B. 362); Insurance - Mortgage Property Insurance (S.B. [WORD ILLEGIBLE] Insurance Fees (S.B. 633); Insurance Code - Commercial Bus Lines (S.B. 670); Insurance - Surety Underwriting Decisions (S.B. 724).
JUDICIARY.Lowe Office Building, Room 120, 1 p.m., Controlled Dangerous Substances - [WORD ILLEGIBLE] (H.J.R. 88); Controlled Dangerous Substances - Phencyclidine (H.B. 1158); Firefighters - Order at Fires and Other Emergencies (H.B. 1402); Medical Professional Negligence Proceedings - Expert Witnesses (H.B. 1460); Architects and Professional Engineers - Liability for improvements to realty (H.B. 1492); Controlled Dangerous Substances (H.B. 1563); Counterfeiting and Forgery - Penalty (H.B. 1593); Crimes of Violence against Elderly Persons (H.B. 1616); Sexual Offenses Payment for Physical and Mental Examinations (H.B. 1730); Municipal Infractions (H.B. 1735); Constables - Salaries (H.B. 1790); Surveillance - Regulation (H.B. 1844); Medical Record Information - Deception or False Pretenses (H.B. 1851); Strict Liability - Liquified Natural Gas (H.B. 1960); Emergency CPR Treatment - Tort Immunity (H.B. 1978); Use of Fingerprints in Hiring by Fire Departments (H.B. 2082); Governor's Commission on Law Enforcement and the Administration of Justice - Abolish (H.B. 2097); Wrongful Death (H.B. 2137); Handguns (S.B. 418).
WAYS AND MEANS. Lowe Office Building Room 110, 12:30 p.m., Educational Testing - Mowa Basic Skill Test (S.B. 281); Higher Education (H.J.R. 50); Senatorial and Delegate Scholarships (H.B. 1438); Prince George's County - Martin Luther King Day and Columbus Day School 440 days (H.B. 1535); Bachelor Degrees (H.B. 1671); Higher Education - Faculty Advisory Committee (H.B. 1679); Higher Education - Financial Assistance (H.B. 1680); Higher Education - Handicapped Children (H.B. 1702); Public Education - State Hospital and Juvenile Institutions (H.B. 1703); Driver Education Instructor Certification (H.B. 1433); Baltimore County - Limitation on New School Instruction (H.B. 1964); Veterans - Tuition Assistance (H.B. 1971); Vocational Guidance Counselor (H.B. 2065); Enrollment Criteria - Vocational - Technical Educational Programs (H.B. 2068); Anne Arundel Community College - Faculty on Board of Trustees (H.B. 2111); Effectiveness of Reading Programs (H.J.R. 105); State Support for Vocational Education (H.J.R. 110); Disability Examiners (H.J.R. 113); Study of Vocational Guidance (H.J.R. 114).