Montgomery County Delegation
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Bill Information  
MC 27-15 Montgomery County – Education – School Bus – Doors That Lock
Requested by Senator King
Synopsis For the purpose of providing that, in Montgomery County, the Montgomery County Board of Education may utilize a school bus with doors that lock to transport students in the county under certain circumstances; and generally relating to school bus locks in Montgomery County.
Bill Text

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House Bill Number HB 510
Bill History  
Local Action House:

2/13/15 - Montgomery County House Delegation Meeting:  Late-filed bill vote - AGENDA - Favorable (unanimous) - Voting list  (2/3’s majority vote in House Delegation needed to accept as late-filed bill and to schedule for a public hearing)

 

2/20/15 - Montgomery County House Delegation Public Hearing - 170 Lowe House Office Bldg., Annapolis - AGENDA

Assigned to the Land Use, Transportation, and Public Safety Committee

  2/26/15 - Land Use, Transportation, and Public Safety Committee Meeting - AGENDA - Favorable (6-0) - Voting list
 

2/27/15 - Montgomery County House Delegation Meeting - AGENDA - Favorable (24-0) - Voting list

Bill moves to the Senate Delegation and the House Ways & Means Committee

   
Local Action Senate:

3/12/15 - Montgomery County Senate Delegation Meeting - AGENDA - Favorable as amended (unanimous)

Voting list

   
   
House Action: 2/11/15 - First Reading Ways & Means Committee
  2/26/15 - Ways & Means Committee Public Hearing - 1:00 p.m.
  3/9/15 - Favorable with Amendments Report by Ways & Means Committee
 

3/10/15 - Favorable with Amendments Report Adopted

                Second Reading Passed with Amendments

  3/12/15 - Third Reading Passed (136-0)
  4/10/15 - Returned Passed
   
   
Senate Action: 3/13/15 - First Reading Judicial Proceedings Committee
  3/26/15 - Judicial Proceedings Committee Public Hearing - 1:00 p.m.
  4/9/15 - Favorable Report by Judicial Proceedings Committee
 

4/9/15 - Favorable Report Adopted

              Second Reading Passed

  4/10/15 - Third Reading Passed (47-0)
   
Action After Passage:

5/12/15 - Approved by the Governor

                Chapter 427