The following is a list of committee hearings on key issues scheduled in Annapolis for the upcoming week. TODAY Senate Constitutional and Public Law Committee: James Senate Office Building, Room 400, 10 a.m.:

(S.B. 308) Publication of Lows -- Newspapers;

(S.B. 426) Chartered Counties -- Land Transfers -- Advertisement;

(S.B. 475) Police Authority -- Hostage and Barricade Situations;

(H.B. 196) Hearing Impaired Persons -- Mental Hygiene;

(S.B. 480) Department of Maryland State Police;

(H.B. 327) Vehicle Laws -- Abandoned Vehicle. Judical Proceedings Committee: James Senate Office Building, Room 300, 10:15 a.m.:

(S.B. 364) Administrative Agencies As Aggrieved Parties;

(S.B. 431) Rape and Sexual Offense Trials -- Admissibility of Certain Medical Records and Reports;

(S.B. 432) Rape and Sexual Offenses -- Spousal Defense;

(S.B. 434) Rape and Sexual Offenses -- Jury Instructions. FEB. 8 Senate Finance Committee: James Senate Office Building, Presidential Wing, 10 a.m.:

(S.J.R. 18) Early Indentification of Gifted and Talented Children;

(S.B. 369) Higher Education -- Admission of Secondary School Students;

(S.B. 188) Elderly Persons Cooperative Boardinghouses;

(S.B. 345) Alcoholism and Alcohol Abuse Services -- Certification of Facilities; Librarians -- Employment in Institutions and Vocational Rehabilitation Programs. House Ways and Means Committee: Lowe Office Building, Room 110, 1 p.m.:

(H.B. 18) Rape Victims -- Reimbursement for Medical Expenses;

(H.B. 444) Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention;

(H.B. 837) Rape and Sexual Offense Victims -- Medical Expenses;

(H.B. 599)(H.B. 658) Community Colleges -- State Share of Financial Assistance;

(H.B. 762) State Share of Community College Current Expenses. FEB. 11 House Constitutional and Administrative Law Committee: Lowe Office Building, Room 140, 2 p.m.:

Education -- Handicapped Children -- Placement in Nonpublic Programs;

(H.B. 757) Education Handicapped Children -- Placement Decisions -- Hearing Panels;

(H.B. 758) Special Education -- Qualifications of Hearing Panel;

(H.B. 836) Education -- Handicapped Persons -- Judicial Review;

(H.B. 852) Handicapped Children -- Decision on Placement;

(H.B. 715) Discrimination Against Physically Handicapped Persons;

(H.B. 844) Deaf Persons -- Teletype Machine Numbers. FEB. 12 House Economic Matters Committee: Lowe Office Building, Room 150, 1 p.m.:

(H.J.R.) Interest Rates on Savings Accounts;

(H.B. 649) Financial Institutions -- Foreign Banks -- Electronic Terminals;

(H.B. 353) Banks -- Stockholders;

(H.B. 683) Mortgages -- Maryland Home Financing Program;

(H.B. 706) Unsecured Loans -- Financial Information);

(H.B. 855) Interest & Usuary Interest Rate;

(H.B. 721) Real Estate Brokers -- Escrow Funds;

(H.B. 333) War Veterans' Loan Fund. FEB. 13 House Appropriations Committee: Lowe Office Building, Room 130, 11 a.m.:

(H.B. 700) Creation of State Debt -- Home Financing;

(H.B. 925) Creation of a State Debt -- Home Financing;

(H.B. 926) Creation of a State Debt -- Maryland Industrial Land Act;

(H.B. 930) Creation of State Debt -- Comprehensive Flood Management;

(H.B. 698) State Debt -- Terms;

(H.B. 609) Public Bodies -- Small Denomination Bonds.