Montgomery County Delegation
Legislation - Bill History
Bill Information  
MC 29-15 Montgomery County - Alcoholic Beverages - Licenses in Takoma Park
Requested by Senator Raskin & Delegates Hixson, Moon & Smith
Synopsis For the purpose of altering the name of certain licenses that were issued in a certain portion of the City of Takoma Park that was formerly part of Prince George’s County; repealing a prohibition against the issuance of a certain license in the Town of Takoma Park; repealing certain obsolete language; and generally relating to alcoholic beverages licenses issued to licensed premises that were located in the portion of the City of Takoma Park that was formerly part of Prince George’s County.
Bill Text

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House Bill Number HB 316
Bill History  
Local Action House:

2/6/15 - 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)

 

2/13/15 - Montgomery County House Delegation Public Hearing - 170 Lowe House Office Bldg., Annapolis - AGENDA

 

2/19/15 - Economic Development Committee Meeting - AGENDA - Favorable with amendments (6-0)

Amendments - Voting list, Bill - Voting list

 

2/20/15 - Montgomery County House Delegation Meeting - AGENDA - Favorable with amendments (unanimous)

Amendments - Voting list, Bill - Voting list

Bill moves to the Senate Delegation and the House Economic Matters Committee

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

3/3/15 - Favorable with Amendments Report Adopted

              Second Reading Passed with Amendments

  3/5/15 - Third Reading Passed (135-0)
  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 85