ADMINISTRATIVE LAW COMMITTEE
Anne Scarlett Perkins, Chairperson
Elijah E. Cummings, Vice-Chairperson
Leon Albin; William C. Bevan; Patricia H. Billings;
John J. Bishop; Frank D. Boston, Jr.; Peter G.
Callas; Dana Lee Dembrow; Michael R. Gordon;
W. Ray Huff; Ruth M. Kirk; Barbara O. Kreamer;
Donald E. Lamb; Gloria Lawlah; Anne
MacKinnon; George W. Owings III; Samuel M.
Parham: Carol S. Petzold; Jean W. Roesser;
Sylvania W. Woods, Jr.; Betty Workman.
Staff: Theodore E. King, Jr.; Patricia R. Sylvester
Room 141, Lowe Building 841-3502
The Constitutional and Administrative Law
Committee considers legislation relating to govern-
ment operations; procedures of executive and ad-
ministrative departments and agencies; elections;
worker's compensation; energy and utility regula-
tion; education; procurement; and amendments to
the federal and State constitutions.
ECONOMIC MATTERS COMMITTEE
Casper R. Taylor, Jr., Chairperson
Joseph V. Lutz, Vice-Chairperson
R. Terry Connelly; Ann Marie Doory; Nathaniel
Exum; Donald G. Hammen; Hattie N. Harrison;
Christine M. Jones; A. Wade Kach; Robert H.
Kittleman; Charles W. Kolodziejski; John Leopold;
George H. Littrell, Jr.; Juanita Miller; Louis P.
Morsberger; Donald F. Munson; Ethel Murray;
Joseph W. OMalley; Patrick C. Scannello; Patricia R.
Sher; C. Lawrence Wiser; John F. Wood, Jr.
Staff: Lars B. Kristiansen; Mark Zuckerman;
Elizabeth Sammis 841-3870
Room 151, Lowe Building 841-3519
The Economic Matters Committee considers
legislation relating to licensing and regulation of
businesses and occupations; labor and employ-
ment; economic and community development; in-
surance and banking regulation; unemployment
insurance; consumer protection; vehicle laws; and
ENVIRONMENTAL MATTERS COMMITTEE
John S. Arnick, Chairperson
William R. McCaffrey, Vice-Chairperson
William A. Clark; Richard F. Colburn; Anthony M.
DiPietro, Jr.; Donald B. Elliott; Donna M. Felling;
Brian E. Frosh; Tony E. Fulton; Ronald A. Guns;
John D. Jefferies; Samuel Q. Johnson III; Lawrence
A. LaMotte; Margaret H. Murphy; Marsha G.
Perry; Paul G. Pinsky; Joan B. Pitkin; George T.
Schmincke; John F. Slade III; Royd R. Smith;
Leonard H. Teitelbaum; Virginia M. Thomas;
Judith C. Toth; Michael H. Weir.
Staff: Pegeen A. Townsend; Barbara McLean
Room 161, Lowe Building 841-3534
The Environmental Matters Committee consid-
ers legislation relating to natural resources and the
environment, including related occupations and
professions; land use planning and zoning; general
health; mental health and retardation; and agricul-
Daniel M. Long, Chairperson
Kenneth H. Masters, Vice-Chairperson
J. Ernest Bell II; Rosa Lee Blumenthal; Michael
Busch; Joel Chasnoff; Gerald J. Curran; Louis L.
DePazzo; Cornell N. Dypski; Robert L. Ehrlich,
Jr.; Robert L. Flanagan; Gilbert J. Genn; Ralph M.
Hughes; Kevin Kelly; E. Farrell Maddox; Richard
C. Matthews; Pauline H. Menes; Joseph J. (Sonny)
Minnick; Kenneth C. Montague, Jr.; Richard A.
Palumbo; D. Bruce Poole; David B. Shapiro;
Joseph F. Vallario, Jr.
Staff: Douglas R. Nestor; Donald J. Hogan, Jr.
Room 121, Lowe Building 841-3488
The Judiciary Committee considers legislation
relating to judicial administration and court struc-
ture; legal profession; law enforcement and public
safety; crimes and penalties; criminal and civil laws
and procedures; juvenile justice; family law; real
property; trusts, estates, and probate; corpora-
tions; legal rights and immunities; and drunk driv-
WAYS AND MEANS COMMITTEE
Tyras S. Athey, Chairperson
Gene W. Counihan, Pice-Chairperson
Curt Anderson; Mary H. Boergers; William J.
Burgess; James W. Campbell; Mary A. Conroy;
Norman H. Conway; William H. Cox, Jr.; Ulysses
Currie; Clarence Davis; Dennis C. Donaldson;
Michael Gisriel; Thomas H. Hattery; Henry B.
Heller; Henry R. Hergenroeder, Jr.; Sheila E.
Hixson; Carolyn J. B. Howard; Theodore Levin;
James C. Rosapepe; Ellen R. Sauerbrey; Elizabeth
S. Smith; Michael J. Sprague; Paul E. Weisengoff.
Staff: Anne W. Schanche; Eugene M. Thomas III
Room 111, Lowe Building 841-3469
The Ways and Means Committee considers leg-
islation relating to State and local taxation, includ-
ing property tax credit programs and assessments;