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and State personnel and pensions. Twenty-five
delegates serve on this committee.

CONSTITUTIONAL & ADMINISTRATIVE
LAW COMMITTEE
Anne Scarlett Perkins, Chairperson
Elijah E. Cummings, Vice-Chairperson

Appointed by House Speaker: Joanne C. Benson;
Leon G. Billings; Bennett Bozman; Stephen J.
Braun; Joan Cadden; Peter G. Callas; David R.
Craig; Dana Lee Dembrow; Connie C. Galiazzo;
Carolyn J. B. Howard; Leslie E. Hutchinson; John
S. Morgan; George W. Owings III; Samuel M.
Parham; Carol S. Petzold; James F. Ports, Jr.; J.
Anita Stup; David M. Valderrama; Betty
Workman; one vacancy.

Staff: Theodore E. King, Jr.; Patricia R. Sylvester

141 Lowe House Office Building
Annapolis, MD 21401 841-3870

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 Stare consrimrions. This commirree
consists of twenty-two delegates.

ECONOMIC MATTERS COMMITTEE
Casper R. Taylor, Jr., Chairperson
Gary R. Alexander, Vice-Chairperson

Appointed by House Speaker: Leon Albin; Kumar P.
Barve; Michael E. Busch; Gerald J. Curran; John
P. Donoghue; Ann Mane Doory; Nathaniel Exum;
Hattie N. Harrison; John Adams Hurson;
Christine M. Jones; A. Wade Kach; Ruth M. Kirk;
Robert H. Kitdeman; Charles W. Kolodziejski;
Richard La Vay; George H. Littrell, Jr.; Martin G.
Madden; Louis P. Morsberger; Patrick C.
Scannello; J. Lowell Stoltzfus; John F. Wood, Jr.

Staff: Lars B. Kristiansen; Steven Larsen;
Elizabeth Sammis

151 Lowe House Office Building
Annapolis, MD 21401 841-3870

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
alcoholic beverages. Twenty-three delegates serve
on this committee.

ENVIRONMENTAL MATTERS COMMITTEE
Ronald A. Guns, Chairperson
Virginia M. Thomas, Vice-Chairperson

Appointed by House Speaker: Rose Mary Ha tern
Bonsack; Anthony M. DiPietro, Jr.; Donald B.
Elliott; Brian E. Frosh; Tony E. Fulton; W. Ray
Huff; John D. Jefferies; Samuel Q. Johnson III;
Delores G. Kelley; Lawrence LaMotte; Brian K.
McHale; Margaret H. Murphy; Marsha G. Perry;
Paul Pinsky; Joan B. Pirldn; James E. Proctor, Jr.;
Alfred W. Redmer, Jr.; Jean W. Roesser; Kenneth
D. Schisler; Leonard H. Teitelbaum; Christopher
Van Hollcn, Jr.; Michael H. Weir.

Staff: Pegeen A. Townsend; Pamela Buschman;
Barbara G. McLean

161 Lowe House Office Building
Annapolis, MD 21401 841-3870

The Environmental Matters Committee con-
siders 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-
ture. This committee is composed of twenty-four
delegates.

JUDICIARY COMMITTEE
John S. Arnick, Chairperson
Joel Chasnoff, Vice-Chairperson

Appointed by House Speaker: Curtis S. Anderson;
Michael Arrington; J. Ernest Bell II; Phillip D.
Bissett; Rosa Lee Blumenthal; Frank D. Boston,
Jr.; Gerry L. Brewsrer; Cornell N. Dypski; Robert
L. Ehrlich, Jr.; Gilbert J. Genn; James M. Harkins;
Kevin Kelly; Carolyn J. Krysiak; E. Farrell
Maddox; Kenneth H. Masters; Richard C.
Matthews; Pauline H. Menes; Kenneth C.
Montague, Jr.; D. Bruce Poole; Mary Louise Preis;
Joseph F. Vallario, Jr.

Staff: Douglas R. Nestor; Donald J. Hogan, Jr.

121 Lowe House Office Building
Annapolis, MD 21401 841-3870

The Judidary 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; corporations;
legal rights and immunities; and drunk driving.
Twenty-three delegates serve on this committee.

 



 
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