* PHOSPHATES -- Bans the sale and use of phosphate detergents, with some ns, to help improve the Chesapeake Bay. Passed House 85-47; passed Senate 36-8.

* CITICORP -- Allows out-of-state banks, starting with the giant New York Citicorp, to set up limited branches when they meet certain job-creation requirements. Passed House 108-16; passed Senate 36-11.

* BANKING -- Establishes regional banking between the District, Maryland and 14 other states by allowing them to merge or acquire Maryland banks. Passed House 107-16; passed Senate 32-0.

* RACING -- Gives the state's thoroughbred race tracks a $12 million tax break by cutting the levy on bets. Passed House 117-8; passed Senate 39-2.

* SLOT MACHINES -- Allows limited use of slot machines by nonprofit groups on the Eastern Shore. Passed House 76-37; passed Senate 28-19.

* CHILD SUPPORT -- Allows the withholding of wages of parents who are late in their child-support payments. Passed House 92-3; passed Senate 41-0.

* SEAT BELTS -- Would have required motorists to wear seat belts. The bill failed in a House committee; it passed Senate the 27-15.

* STRIP MINING -- Allows coal companies to strip mine on mountain slopes steeper than 20 degrees. Passed House 85-42; passed Senate 24-12.