Montgomery County Delegation
Legislation - Bill History
Bill Information  
MC 10-15 Montgomery County – Alcoholic Beverages – 1–Day License for Schools, Places of Worship, and Youth Centers
Requested by Chair on behalf of Montgomery County Government
Synopsis For the purpose of specifying that restrictions on the issuance of a license to sell alcoholic beverages within a certain distance of a secondary or elementary school, a place of worship, or a certain youth center do not apply to the issuance of a 1–day special license for use on the premises of a secondary or elementary school, place of worship, or certain youth center; making certain stylistic changes; and generally relating to the sale of alcoholic beverages in Montgomery County.
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House Bill Number HB 93
Bill History  
Local Action House:

12/3/14 - Montgomery County House Delegation Local Bill Hearing - 3rd Floor Hearing Room, Stella Werner Council Office Building, Rockville

7:00 p.m.

  1/9/15 - Assigned to the Economic Development Committee
  1/22/15 - Economic Development Committee Meeting - AGENDA - Favorable (5-0) - Voting list
 

1/23/15 - Montgomery County House Delegation Meeting - AGENDA - Favorable (unanimous) - Voting list

Bill moves to the Senate Delegation & the Economic Matters Committee

   
Local Action Senate: 3/5/14 - Montgomery County Senate Delegation Meeting - AGENDA - Favorable (unanimous) - Voting list
   
   
House Action: 1/23/15 - First Reading Economic Matters Committee
  2/23/15 - Economic Matters Committee Public Hearing - 1:00 p.m.
  3/2/15 - Favorable Report by Economic Matters Committee
 

3/3/15 - Favorable Report Adopted

              Second Reading Passed

  3/5/15 - Third Reading Passed (136-0)
  4/10/15 - Returned Passed
   
   
Senate Action: 3/6/15 - First Reading Education, Health, and Environmental Affairs Committee
  3/27/15 - Education, Health, and Environmental Affairs Committee Public Hearing - 1:00 p.m.
  4/8/15 - Favorable Report by Education, Health, and Environmental Affairs Committee
 

4/8/15 - Favorable Report Adopted

              Second Reading Passed

  4/9/15 - Third Reading Passed (47-0)
   
Action After Passage:

4/14/15 - Approved by the Governor

                Chapter 65