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The Joint Committee on Chesapeake Bay Criti-
cal Areas was created in 1984 (Chapter 794, Acts
of 1984). Periodically, the Committee meets with
the Chesapeake Bay Critical Area Commission to
review the progress of the critical areas program for
the Bay

The Committee consists of ten members: five
senators appointed by the President of the Senate
and five delegates appointed by the Speaker of the
House of Delegates (Code Natural Resources Ar-
ticle, sec. 8-1808).

JOINT COMMITTEE ON FEDERAL
RELATIONS

Senate Chairperson: Paula C. Hollinger
House Chairperson; Sheik E. Hixson

Senate members: John N. Bambacus; Clarence W
Blount; Michael J. Collins; Idamae Garrott;
Edward J. Kasemeyer; Lewis R. Riley; Albert R.
Wynn.

House members: J. Ernest Bell II; Ronald A. Guns;
Gloria Lawlah; John Leopold; Eileen M.
Rehrmann; George T. Schmincke; Sylvania W
Woods, Jr.

Staff: Orin J. Durey

90 State Circle
Annapolis, MD 21401 841-3742

The Joint Committee on Federal Relations orig-
inated as the Maryland Commission on Intergov-
ernmental Cooperation in 1937 (Chapter 331, Acts
of 1937). The Commission was reorganized as the
Joint Committee on Federal Relations in 1983
(Chapter 401, Acts of 1983). The Committee mon-
itors and evaluates the relations between State and
federal government and the impact of proposals to
alter those relationships on the State, local govern-
ment, and Maryland citizens. It keeps State legisla-
tive and executive officials informed of federal
relations and the impact of proposals for change.
The Committee serves also as a forum for the
consideration of certain State-local issues.

To advance cooperation between the State and
other units of government, the Committee formu-
lates proposals for the adoption of compacts, the
enactment of uniform or reciprocal statutes, and the
adoption of uniform or reciprocal administrative
rules. The Committee also endorses informal coop-
eration of governmental offices, personal coopera-
tion of government officials and employees, and the
exchange and clearance of research and informa-
tion.

The Committee consists of sixteen members.
Eight members of the Senate are appointed by the
President and eight members of the House of Del-

egates are appointed by the Speaker. The Senate
President and House Speaker designate the chair-
person and vice-chairperson (Code State Govern-
ment Article, secs. 2-901 through 2-906).

ADVISORY COMMISSION ON
FEDERAL-STATE-LOCAL RELATIONS

Senate Chairperson: Paula C. Hollinger
House Chairperson: Sheila E. Hixson

Senate members: Idamae Garrott; Edward J.
Kasemeyer; Albert R. Wynn.

House members: J. Ernest Bell II; Ronald A. Guns;
Eileen M. Rehrmann.

Ex officio: Charles L. Benton, Jr., Secretary of Budget
and Fiscal Planning; Vacancy, Office of State
Planning; Winfield M. Kelly, Jr., Secretary of State.

Representing Maryland Association of Counties:
Parris N. Glendening, County Executive, Prince
George's County

Representing Maryland Municipal League: Irving
"Pete" Mager, Jr., Annapolis City Alderman

Staff: Orin J. Durey 841-3742

The Advisory Commission on Federal-State-
Local Relations meets from time to rime to consider
issues of concern to the Joint Committee on Federal
Relations. The Advisory Commission consists of
thirteen members. They include four members of
the Senate and four of the House of Delegates
appointed, respectively, by the President and the
Speaker; the Secretary of Budget and Fiscal Plan-
ning; a representative from the Office of State Plan-
ning; the Secretary of State; and one member each
from the Maryland Association of Counties and the
Maryland Municipal League (Code State Govern-
ment Article, secs. 2-907 through 2-909).

JOINT COMMITTEE ON HEALTH
CARE COST CONTAINMENT

Senate Chairperson: Catherine I. Riley
House Chairperson: John S. Arnick

Senate members: Leo E. Green; Paula C. Hollinger;
Thomas Patrick O'Reilly; James C. Simpson.

House members: Mary A. Conroy; Donna M.
Felling; Charles J. Ryan; Virginia M. Thomas.

Staff: Karl Aro; Stephen M. Ports 841-3875
841-3710

The Joint Committee on Health Care Cost Con-
tainment was created in 1985 (Chapter 109, Acts
of 1985). Prior to publication of proposed regula-
tions in the Maryland Register, the Committee re-
views proposed State agency regulations relating to
hospital closures, mergers, and consolidations, as



 
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