3-31-10: Legislative Lightning Round — Crossover Edition

March 30, 2010 at 6:39 pm 1 comment

General Assembly bills that didn’t pass one chamber by Monday are now mired in a Rules Committee. We’re giving supporters and opponents of several bills that did make it past Crossover Day 60 seconds each to make their case. If these bills get to a floor vote and pass, next stop is Governor O’Malley’s pen.

Legislative Lightning Round for Wednesday, March 31, 2010:

SB284/HB465: Collective Negotiations by Family Child Care Providers

  • For: Sen. David Harrington (D – Prince George’s County)

  • Against: Del. Mike Smigiel (R – Caroline, Cecil, Kent, and Queen Anne’s Counties)

SB279/HB525: Maryland False Health Claims Act of 2010

  • For: Sen. Brian Frosh (D – Montgomery County)

  • Against: Del. Christopher Shank (R – Washington County)

SB321: The Delegate John Arnick Electronic Communications Traffic Safety Act of 2010

  • For: Sen. Norman Stone (D – Baltimore County)

  • Against: Sen. Rona Kramer (D – Montgomery County)

HB1125: Stormwater Management – Development Projects – Requirements

  • For: Del. Marvin Holmes (D – Prince George’s County)

  • Against: Sen. Paul Pinsky (D – Prince George’s County)

SB252/HB500: Child Support Guidelines – Revision

  • For the House bill: Del. Jeffrey Waldstreicher (D – Montgomery County)

  • For the Senate bill: Sen. Brian Frosh (D – Montgomery County)

  • Responsible for the amendment to the House bill that’s forcing a compromise: Del. Luiz Simmons (D – Montgomery County)

Miss the last Legislative Lightning Round? Take a listen.

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1 Comment Add your own

  • 1. Mark Timpany  |  March 31, 2010 at 8:32 am

    Legislative Lighting Round—Great Idea. Today was the first time I heard this segment. Once the politicans become more focused in explaination of their point of view, this segment will become more valuable.


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