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Session Laws, 1982
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is the sense of the General Assembly that the
citizen-military volunteers who serve our Nation as members
of the National Guard and Reserve require and deserve public
recognition of the role they play in our national security,
and particularly the support and cooperation of their
civilian employers, in order to be fully ready to respond to
national or State emergencies; and be it further

RESOLVED, That the General Assembly urges all citizens,
including employers and firstline supervisors of employees
who are members of the National Guard or Reserves of the
United States, to recognize the vital need for a trained,
ready National Guard and Armed Forces Reserve in our
national defense and to abide by the Veteran's Reemployment
Rights Act by granting time off for military training
exclusive of earned vacation and also grant them equal
consideration for job benefits and promotions as all other
employees; and be it further

RESOLVED, That copies of this Resolution be sent to the
Honorable Harry Hughes, Governor of the State of Maryland
and; Major General Warren D. Hodges, the Adjutant General of
Maryland, Military Department, Fifth Regiment Armory,
Baltimore, Maryland 21201; Lieutenant General Donald E.
Rosenblum Commanding General, First United States Army, Fort
Meade, Maryland, 20755; Major General Wayne P. Jackson, 97th
Army Reserve Command, Fort Meade, Maryland, 20755; Commander
Charles Sweet, Naval Reserve Center, Baltimore, Maryland,
21226; Lieutenant Colonel J. Walker, Marine Reserve Center,
Hamlet and Chesly Avenue, Baltimore, Maryland, 21234;
Brigadier General Charles E. Jones III, Air Force Reserves,
459th Tactical Airlift Wing, Andrews Air Force Base,
Maryland, 20331; and Commander R. Myers, Coast Guard
Reserve, Building 70, Coast Guard Yard, Baltimore, Maryland,
21226; President Peter J. Lombardi, Maryland Chamber of
Commerce, 60 West Street, Annapolis, Maryland, 21401;
Chairperson, Greater Baltimore Committee, 2 Hopkins Plaza,
Baltimore, Maryland.

Signed April 13, 1982.

No. 3

(Senate Joint Resolution No. 58)

A Senate Joint Resolution concerning

MEDICAID Program - Rule Change

FOR the purpose of approval by the General Assembly of a
rule change for the Medical Assistance Program proposed
by the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene.


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