March 19, 2018 State House Update

The 90-day legislative session of the Maryland General Assembly has three weeks remaining. March 18 is the crossover deadline, meaning that if a bill has not passed its chamber of origin, its prospects for passage are less likely. This deadline provides a clearer picture regarding the fate of the 3,118 bills and resolutions introduced during the 2018 legislative session. In the next three weeks leading up Sine Die, April 9, legislators will complete their work on the State’s Fiscal Year 2019 budget and take up hundreds of pieces of legislation that remain viable.
The Greater Baltimore Committee (GBC) will continue to be active throughout the remaining days of the legislative session, serving as the voice of business and protecting Maryland’s competitive business environment.To follow the GBC’s work in Annapolis, visit our legislative tracking page.

Read the March 19, 2018 State House Update.

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