Montgomery County Delegation
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Bill Information  
PG/MC 110–08

Maryland–National Capital Park and Planning Commission – Minority
Business Enterprise Utilization Program

Sponsor Chairs on behalf of Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission
Synopsis

For the purpose of extending through a certain date the authority of the
Maryland–National Capital Park and Planning Commission to establish and
administer a Minority Business Enterprise Utilization Program for the award of
contracts for goods, services, and construction under certain circumstances; and
generally relating to the Maryland–National Capital Park and Planning
Commission and the Minority Business Enterprise Utilization Program.

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House Bill Number HB 941
Bill History  Bill will be acted on in Prince George's County Delegation first.
Local Action House - Montgomery County Delegation: 12/06/07 - Public Hearing - 7:00 p.m. 3rd Floor Hearing Room - 
Stella Werner Council Office Building in Rockville.  Online sign up to testify 
   12/14/07 - Assigned to Bi-County Agency Committee
   02/11/08 - Bi-County Agency Committee - AGENDA  - FAVORABLE
   02/15/08 - Montgomery County House Delegation voting session - Final AGENDA  - FAVORABLE
 
Bill moves to Montgomery County Senate Delegation and House Health and Government Operations Committee
.
Local Action House - Prince George's County Delegation: 10/30/07 - Public Hearing
 02/01/08 - FAVORABLE  
 Bill moves to Montgomery County House Delegation Bi-County Agency Committee
   
Local Action Senate - Montgomery County Delegation:  03/24/08 - Montgomery County Senate Delegation Work/Voting Session - AGENDA 
   03/26/08 - Montgomery County Senate Delegation Voting Session - FAVORABLE
   
Local Action Senate - Prince George's County Delegation:  03/28/08 - Prince George's County Senate Delegation - FAVORABLE
   
   
House Action:  02/06/08 - First Reading Environmental Matters Committee
   02/13/08 - HB 941 has been reassigned to the Health and Government Operations Committee.
   03/10/08 - Hearing 2:00 p.m. - Health and Government Operations Committee
   03/18/08 - Favorable report by Health and Government Operations Committee
   03/16/08 - Favorable Report Adopted
                 Second Reading Passed
   03/17/08 - Third Reading Passed (137-0)
   03/30/08 - Returned Passed
   
Senate Action:  03/20/08 - First Reading Education Health & Environmental Affairs Committee
   03/27/08 - Hearing 1:00 p.m. - Education Health & Environmental Affairs Committee
   04/02/08 - Favorable Report by Education Health & Environmental Affairs Committee
   03/31/08 - Favorable Report Adopted
                 Second Reading Passed
   04/01/08 - Third Reading Passed (47-0)
   
   
Action After Passage:  04/08/08 - Approved by the Governor
               - Chapter 100