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James E. McClellan; Ethel Murray; Elizabeth S.
Smith; Michael J. Sprague.

Staff: Edith R. Lehman 841-3457
Room 103, Legislative Services Bldg. 841-3603

The Protocol Committee organizes, plans, and
schedules the social activities of the General Assem-


The Organization and Procedure Committee
meets as required. Membership consists of the
members of the Senate Rules Committee and an
equal number of members from the House Rules
and Executive Nominations Committee (Senate
Rule 18(a)(2)(iii)).


Statutory committees are created by act of the General Assembly and their duties, membership, and
tenure are specified either in the Annotated Code of Maryland or the Laws of Maryland. Most commonly,
statutory committees are joint committees with an equal number of members from the Senate and House
of Delegates.


Thomas V Mike Miller, Jr., President of the Senate
R. Clayton Mitchell, Jr., Speaker of the House of

Senate Members: Walter M. Baker; Raymond E.
Beck; Clarence W Blount; John A. Cade; Arthur
Dorman; Julian L. Lapides; Laurence Levitan;
Frederick C. Malkus, Jr.; Catherine I. Riley;
Margaret C. Schweinhaut; Charles H. Smelser;
Norman R. Stone, Jr.

House Members: John S. Arnick; Tyras S. Athey;
Dennis C. Donaldson; Hattie N. Harrison; William
S. Home; Robert H. Kittleman; Nancy L.
Murphy; Anne Scarlett Perkins; Charles J. Ryan;
Ellen R. Sauerbrey; Casper R. Taylor, Jr.

Staff: Michael I. Volk

90 State Circle
Annapolis, MD 21401 841-3849

The Legislative Policy Committee originated in
1939 as the Legislative Council (Chapter 62, Acts
of 1939). The Council was reorganized as the Leg-
islative Policy Committee in 1976 (Chapter 362,
Acts of 1976).

The Legislative Policy Committee coordinates
and supervises the work of the standing committees
of the General Assembly. The Committee studies
the rules and procedures of the Senate and House,
and appoints special committees and subcommit-
tees to study legislative matters. During the interim
between sessions of the General Assembly, the
Committee refers any recommended subject matter
it receives to interim committees, holds hearings on

any subject matter, and subpoenas witnesses and
records as required. The Committee may prepare its
own legislative recommendations, and may endorse
a legislative program in the form of bills, resolu-
tions, or other proposals to be submitted to the
General Assembly.

Prior tu cadi regular session of the legislature,
the Legislative Policy Committee is required to
compile and make public in a report to the General
Assembly recommendations of the standing, statu-
tory, and special committees.

The Committee consists of twenty-six members,
thirteen from the Senate and thirteen from the
House of Delegates. The Senate is represented by
the President of the Senate; President Pro Tern;
Majority Leader; Minority Leader; and the chair-
persons of the standing committees on Budget and
Taxation, Economic and Environmental Affairs, Fi-
nance, and Judicial Proceedings. The President ap-
points five additional Senators to represent the
various areas and interests of the State. The House
of Delegates is represented by the Speaker of the
House; Speaker Pro Tem; Majority Leader; Minor-
ity Leader; and the chairpersons of the standing
committees on Appropriations, Constitutional and
Administrative Law, Economic Matters, Environ-
mental Matters, Judiciary, and Ways and Means.
The Speaker appoints three additional Delegates to
represent the various areas and interests of the
State. The President and Speaker serve as co-
chairpersons (Code State Government Article, secs.
2-401 through 2-410).


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