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person. The members include two senators, two    members, and one member each from the insurance

delegates, one representative each from the business    industry and a workers' compensation rating orga-

community, labor organizations, and the building    nization.
and construction labor organizations, two public



Co-Chairperson: Laurence Levitan
Co-Chairperson: William S. Home

Carroll A. Bodie; Peter C. Cobb; John C.
Coolahan; Donald Harting, M.D., M.EH.; George
H. Littreii, Jr.; W. Marshall Rickert; Jerald S. Sachs;
James C. Simpson III; Robert F. Sweeney; Elmer
H. Tippett, Jr.; Joseph F. Vallario, Jr.; Frank
Weathersbee; Alan M. Wilner, Frederick C. Wright
III; Albert R. Wynn.

Staff: Donald J. Hogan, Jr. 841-3870

The Task Force on Drunk and Drugged Driving
was created in 1988 (Joint Resolution no. 15, Acts
of 1988). The Task Force will examine ways to
increase the effectiveness of current remedies devel-
oped by other states and jurisdictions; and deter-
mine whether a single executive agency should
administer and coordinate efforts to deal with
drunk and drugged driving. The Task Force also is
to study costs for improving prevention and detec-
tion equipment and facilities, and methods of fund-
ing these costs. The Task Force will report to the
General Assembly by December 1,1988.

The Task Force is composed of twenty-four
members. These include three delegates appointed
by the House Speaker; three senators appointed by
the Senate President; and five representatives of the
Judiciary, including the Chief Judge of the District
Court and two judges appointed by the Chief
Judge, one Circuit Court judge appointed by the
Chief Judge of the Court of Appeals, and the Chair-
person of the Court of Appeals Standing Commit-
tee on Rules of Practice and Procedure. Also serving
on the Task Force are the Superintendent of the
Maryland State Police; the Governor's Executive
Assistant for Public Safety; a State's Attorney rec-
ommended by the Maryland State's Attorneys' As-
sociation; the Administrator of the Motor Vehicle
Administration; and two representatives of private
industry and two representatives from public inter-
est groups appointed by the Senate President and
House Speaker. One representative from a public
interest group must be from Mothers Against
Drunken Driving (MADD) and one representative
of private industry must be from the Maryland State
Licensed Beverage Association with knowledge of
such programs as the "Techniques of Alcohol Man-
agement (TAM) Program".


The Legislative Policy Committee periodically establishes special joint committees for particular
purposes. These special committees function during the interim between sessions of the General Assembly.
Each is reviewed annually at the end of the legislative session by the Legislative Policy Committee, which
decides whether the committee should continue its work or cease to function. Staff for the committees is
provided by the Department of Fiscal Services and the Department of Legislative Reference. A committee
membership roster is published each summer and is available on request.

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