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132 /Legislature

lation; Commercial Law; Corporations and Asso-
ciations; Courts and Judicial Proceedings; Educa-
tion; Environment; Estates and Trusts; Family
Law; Financial Institutions; Health—General;
Health Occupations; Labor and Employment;
Natural Resources; Real Property; State Finance
and Procurement; State Government; State Per-
sonnel and Pensions; Tax—General; Tax—Prop-
erty; and Transportation. Including the Insurance
Article, approximately ten Articles remain to be
completed or prepared and enacted into law in
order to conclude the recodification process.

CODE REVISION COMMITTEE
Alan M. Wilner, Chairperson
(410) 887-2678

Appointed by the Legislative Policy Committee,
the Code Revision Committee provides advice on
the selection of proposed Articles and the compo-
sition of Article committees. Formerly the Article
Selection Committee, the Committee received its
present name in 1990.

ARTICLE 27 CODE REVISION COMMITTEE
Joseph F. Murphy, Chairperson

ETHICS LAW CODE REVISION COMMITTEE

Donald B. Robertson, Esq., Chairperson

INSURANCE ARTICLE REVIEW COMMITTEE

Thomas G. Young III, Chairperson

LIBRARY & INFORMATION SERVICES
DIVISION
Lynda C. Davis, Director
Baltimore area: (410) 841-3810
TTY for deaf: (410) 841-3814
fax: (410) 841-3940
Washington area: (301) 858-3810
TTY for deaf: (301) 858-3814
fax: (301) 858-3940
other areas: 1-800-492-7122, ext. 3810

The Library and Information Services Division
provides reference and research services to commit-
tees, members, and staff of the General Assembly,
and legislative information to the public.
Library. The Library collection of 66,000 vol-
umes consists of Maryland laws and related legisla-
tive and legal materials; laws and publications of
other states; federal documents; and general refer-
ence materials. The Department serves as an official
depository for the publications of Maryland State
agencies and for all local codes published by county
and municipal governments (Code 1957, Art. 25,
sec. 32A; Art. 25A, sec. 7; Art. 25B, secs. 7, 12;
State Government Article, sec. 2-1312; Education
Article, sec. 23-2A-01). Maryland Documents, a list
of State agency publications, is issued monthly.

Maryland Manual 1994-1995

Library materials circulate to General Assembly
members, their staff, and State agencies.
Information Services. Bill status and other legisla-
tive information is provided to the public through
information desks in the State House and the Leg-
islative Services Building, and through toll-free tele-
phone numbers. Speakers, tours and materials on
the legislative process are available for constituents,
visitors, and school groups.

The Division coordinates the Department's
publication program and is responsible for publica-
tion of the Committee Meetings and Hearing Sched-
ule; Daily Synopsis; Maryland Clipper,
indexes to
bills, laws, and journals; as well as various rosters,
flyers, videos, and brochures about the General
Assembly and the Department.

RESEARCH DIVISION
Myron H. Miller, Director
(410) 841-3875

The Research Division responds to inquiries or
requests from legislators, committees, and their
staff on nonlegal issues with information, surveys,
research, policy analysis, and problem-solving op-
tions.

Research analysts are trained in social sciences
disciplines and participate in a nationwide informa-
tion network of universities, governments, private
laboratories, research centers, and professional or-
ganizations. Division analysts also provide staff sup-
port to special legislative committees, joint task
forces, commissions, and the standing committees
on specialized issues. Their support complements
the legal counsel provided by the Legislative Divi-
sion.

Although the Research Division primarily re-
sponds to questions raised by legislators, research
analysts also initiate independent research on topi-
cal issues of potential interest to legislators. This
research is published in the Legislative Report Series
and Research Notes
and may be found in the Depart-
ment's Library.

COMPUTER SERVICES DIVISION
Michael C. Coffin, Director
(410) 841-3787

The Computer Services Division operates data
processing equipment for the preparation of bills,
the entry and maintenance of data into the bill
status system, and the preparation of several depart-
mental publications. These publications include
committee hearing schedules, synopses of laws, and
legislative indexes. The work of the Division's
proofreading staff complements the Division's data
processing.

 



 
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