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HB 1160 - Nicholaus R. Kipke
Mental Health Law - Reform of Laws and Delivery of Service
03/18/2022 - Withdrawn by Sponsor
Defining "danger to the life or safety of the individual or of others" for purposes of the involuntary admission of individuals with mental disorders to a facility or Veterans' Administration hospital and the emergency evaluation of individuals with mental disorders; and requiring the Maryland Police Training and Standards Commission to provide information regarding the definition to certain schools that conduct police entrance-level and in-service training courses.

HB 121 - Cardin
Juvenile Court Jurisdiction - Peace Orders - Repeal
01/12/2022 - First Reading Judiciary
Repealing provisions granting the juvenile court jurisdiction over a peace order proceeding in which the respondent is a minor.

HB 207 - Dalya Attar
Criminal Procedure - Pretrial Release - Crime Involving a Handgun
01/14/2022 - Hearing 1/25 at 1:00 p.m.
Prohibiting a judicial officer from authorizing the pretrial release of a defendant charged with a crime involving a handgun after having been convicted of a crime involving a handgun within the previous 5 years; and requiring that a certain defendant be held without bail pending trial in a certain correctional facility.

HB 293 - Karen Lewis Young
Behavioral Health Crisis Response Services - 9-8-8 Trust Fund
01/17/2022 - First Reading Health and Government Operations and Appropriations
Establishing the 9-8-8 Trust Fund as a special, nonlapsing fund to provide reimbursement for costs associated with designating and maintaining 9-8-8 as the universal telephone number for a national suicide prevention and mental health crisis hotline; requiring the Maryland Department of Health to designate 9-8-8 as the primary phone number for the State's behavioral health crisis hotline; requiring the Department by December 1 each year to report on the expenditure of funds and additional services provided by the funding; etc.

HB 319 - Rachel R. Jones
General Provisions - Commemorative Days - Overdose Awareness
01/25/2022 - Hearing 3/15 at 2:30 p.m.
Requiring the Governor annually to proclaim August 31 as Overdose Awareness Day as part of a global event that aims to raise awareness of drug overdoses, reduce the stigma of drug-related death, and acknowledge the grief felt by families and friends of those who have died or been injured as a result of a drug overdose.

HB 32 - Heather Bagnall
Mental Health Law – Petitions for Emergency Evaluation – Electronic Record
05/27/2022 - Vetoed by the Governor (Duplicative)
Authorizing a petition for emergency evaluation to be in the form of an electronic record and transmitted and received electronically.

HB 579 - Daniel L. Cox
Military Veterans Trust Fund – CAM for Veterans Grant Program – Established (David Perez Military Heroes Act (End 22 a Day))
02/01/2022 - Hearing 2/22 at 1:00 p.m.
Establishing the CAM for Veterans Grant Program to provide grants to veterans suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder, anxiety, depression, or stress for financial assistance to obtain complementary and alternative medical treatments; requiring the Maryland Veterans Trust to implement and administer the Program; and requiring the Trust to expend money from the Maryland Veterans Trust Fund to provide grants under the Program.

HB 85 - Brooks
Income Tax – Healthy Indoor Air Quality Tax Credit
01/12/2022 - First Reading Ways and Means
Allowing certain persons to claim a credit against the State income tax for certain costs incurred during the taxable year to purchase and install certain indoor air quality equipment in a certain home, rental dwelling unit, or commercial building; requiring the Comptroller, in consultation with the Maryland Energy Administration, to publish on the Comptroller's website a list of approved indoor air quality equipment on or before September 30 each year; etc.

SB 100 - Jackson
General Provisions – Commemorative Days – Overdose Awareness
01/12/2022 - First Reading Education, Health, and Environmental Affairs
Requiring the Governor annually to proclaim August 31 as Overdose Awareness Day.

SB 2 - Malcolm Augustine
Mental Health Law – Petitions for Emergency Evaluation – Electronic Record
04/12/2022 - Approved by the Governor - Chapter 79
Authorizing a petition for emergency evaluation to be in the form of an electronic record and transmitted and received electronically.

SB 236 - Johnny Ray Salling
Maryland Veterans Trust Fund – CAM for Veterans Grant Program – Established (David Perez Military Heroes Act (End 22 a Day))
01/21/2022 - Hearing 1/25 at 2:30 p.m.
Establishing the CAM for Veterans Grant Program to provide grants to veterans suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder, anxiety, depression, or stress for financial assistance to obtain complementary and alternative medicine(CAM); requiring the Maryland Veterans Trust to implement and administer the Program; requiring the Trust to expend money from the Maryland Veterans Trust Fund to provide grants for the Program; and requiring the Secretary of Veterans Affairs to adopt certain regulations.

SB 267 - Joanne Claybon Benson
Income Tax – Healthy Indoor Air Quality Tax Credit
01/18/2022 - Hearing 1/26 at 1:00 p.m.
Allowing certain persons to claim a 50% credit against the State income tax for certain qualified costs incurred during the taxable year to purchase and install certain indoor air quality equipment in a certain home, rental dwelling unit, or commercial building; requiring the Comptroller, in consultation with the Maryland Energy Administration, to publish on the Comptroller's website a list of approved indoor air quality equipment based on industry guidelines and best practices on or before September 30 each year; etc.

SB 707 - Katherine Ann Klausmeier
Health Insurance - Provider Panels - Coverage for Nonparticipation
02/04/2022 - First Reading Finance
Requiring each carrier to inform members and beneficiaries of the right to request a referral to a specialist or nonphysician specialist who is not part of the carrier's provider panel; establishing certain requirements on certain insurers, nonprofit health service plans, and health maintenance organizations related to the coverage of certain mental health and substance use disorder services provided to a member by a nonparticipating provider; etc.