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Darryl A Jones, Sr , Chair


Marna McLendon, Esq , Chair

c/ o Office of Superintendent
Dept of State Police
1201 Reisterstown Road
Pikesville, MD 21208—3899 (410) 653 4219

In 1995, the Governor formed the Governor's
Commission on Gun Violence (Executive Order
01 01 1995 09) The Commission studied the
scope of gun trafficking, gun violence, and gun-re
latcd accidents in Maryland, as well as laws pertain
mg to the distribution, possession, and use of guns
The Commission recommended initiatives for
building community support of gun safety meas
ures and methods for enforcing current laws To
reduce the incidence of gun-related violence, the
Commission identified model educational pro
grams tor use by State and local agencies and
public/ private partnerships

The Commission submitted its report to the Gov-
ernor on November 1, 1995


The Committee concluded its work in 1993 when
its responsibilities were transferred to the Maryland
Institute for Emergency Medical Services Systems


Tyras S Athey, Chair

Appointed by Governor (who named chair) John M
Ashley, Jr , Leonard P Berger, M D , F Vernon
Boozer, Sheila E Hixson, Sigmund M Hyman,
Lloyd W Jones, Ronald D Kirstien, William E
Kirwan, Ph D , Allan C Levey, D D S , John X
Lucente, John P McDaniel, Jim McKay, Robert A
Pascal, Barry F Scher, James B Steele, Jr

Ex officio Lewis R Riley, Secretary of Agriculture,
James T Brady, Secretary of Business & bconomic
Development, Frank W Stegman, Secretary of
Labor, Licensing, & Regulation

c/ o Office of Secretary of State
State House
Annapolis, MD 21401 (410) 974 5521

The Governor's Commission on Competitive
Forces Facing Maryland's Horse-Racing Industry
was established in 1994 (Executive Order
01 01 199428) The Commission reviewed the
competitive forces and economic trends that affect
Maryland horse racing, including the impact of
interstate and simulcast wagering, establishment of
racing in Virginia, and other forms of gambling
now conducted or proposed in the State The

Commission also reviewed regional and national
gambling trends Preliminary recommendations
were submitted to the Governor in December
1994 Commission functions subsequently were
transferred to the Joint Executive Legislative Task
Force to Study Commercial Gaming Activities in
Maryland (Chapter 579, Acts of 1995)


Marshall M Meyer, Chair (410) 333 4094
Formed in 1992 as a subpanel of the Go\crnor's
Executive Advisory Council, the Governor's Advi
sory Panel on Insurance Fraud investigated the
extent of insurance fraud in Maryland and consid
enng changes in State law to control insurance
fraud Panel members included dotfnrs, law^eis,
insurance executives, financial consultants, market
ing experts, investigators, and consumer advocates


Eleanor M Carey, Esq , Chair-
George L Russell, Jr , Esq , Vice Chair

Appointed by Governor Donald L Alexander,
Alison L Asti, Esq , Manelsa A Bernard, Esq ,
William J Chen, Esq , Tom L Clarke, Esq , C
Vernon Gray, Paul J Jones, Jr , bsq , William V
Meyers, Esq , Paula J Peters, Esq , Bovd Poole,
Patrick A Roberson, Esq

Appointed by Senate President F Vernon Boozer,
DeloresG Kelley

Appointed by House Speaker Joan Cadden, one

Contact Michael V O'Malle^

c/ o Administrative Office of the Courts
Robert C Murphy Courts of Appeal Building
361 Rowe Bl\d
Annapolis, MD 21401 (410) 974 2141

In March 1995 the Governor's Task Foice on
Judicial Nominating Commissions vi as formed by
the Governor The Task Force was asked to rccom
mend a nominating process to ensure fair selection
and evaluation of judges, based upon merit, evpc
nence, and diversity (bxecuti\e Orders
01 01 1995 06/ 07)

The Task Force submitted its report to the Cover
nor in May 1995 It recommended that when
evaluating judicial candidates. Judicial Nominating
Commissions should consider matters of gender
and diversity, such as minority participation in the
judicial system and candidates' views on domestic
violence, families, victims' rights, violent criminals,
and business issues Commission members should
represent more diverse interests and receive sensi
tivity training



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