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Proceedings of the Senate and the House, 1973, July Special Session
Volume 711, Page 218   View pdf image
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98                          JOURNAL OF PROCEEDINGS                 [Aug. 22

Which amendments were read and rejected by roll call.


Sachs, Startt, King, Knoll, Hickman, R. O., Bonvegna, Walters, Antonelli, Chester,
Douglass, J. W., Heintz, Raymond, Curran, Harrison, O'Brien, Robey, Boswell, Brailey,
Conaway, Dixon, Douglass, C. A., Lee, Randolph, Dean, Howell, Resnick, Webster, Bau-
mann, Murphy, Grumbacher, Hoffman, Glaser, Ruben, Byrnes, Burgess, Bolden.


McKay, Weidemeyer, Rymer, Compton, Nimmerrichter, Arata, Malone, Heffner,
Minnick. Dize, Mackie, Dorman, Menes, Ross, Hull, Pesci, Sullivan, Miller, Rummage,
Wolfgang, Delphey, Hutton, Virts, Cox, Wagaman, Allen, W. M., Doolan, Levitan,
Robertson, Shore, Becker, Bell, Docter, Koss, Maurer, Owens, Sloan, Williams, Long.

Read the second time and ordered prepared for third reading.

Senate Bill No. 10—By Senator James:
AN ACT concerning

Governor—Executive and Administrative Departments

FOR the purpose of prohibiting the adoption or amendment of rules and
administrative actions which increase the expenditures of an Agency
beyond budgetary allowance, without the approval of the General
Assembly or its presiding officers under certain circumstances, with
an exception, and to make this prohibition applicable to all agencies.

BY repealing and re-enacting, with amendments,

Article 41—Governor—Executive and Administrative Departments

Section 245

Annotated Code of Maryland

(1971 Replacement Volume)

As amended by Chapter 1 of the Acts of 1973

Read the first time and referred to the Committee on Appropriations.


Delegate Charles J. Krysiak, Chairman, for the Committee on Constitu-
tional and Administrative Law, reported favorably, with amendments,
HOUSE BILL NO. 15—By the Speaker (Administration):


By the Committee on Constitutional and Administrative Law:
Amendment No. 1—

In line 3 of the title on page 1 of the first reader, immediately before
the word "disclosure", insert the word "periodic"; and in line 10 strike
the word "requesting" and insert in lieu thereof the word "directing";
and in line 14, immediately after the word "officials,", insert the follow-
ing: "authorizing the Governor to extend by Executive Order certain dis-
closure requirements to certain appointed persons,".

Which amendment was read and adopted.


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