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Session Laws, 1986
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3574                                            JOINT RESOLUTIONS

(3) One local official from each of the 3 regions, and such
other persons as the Governor considers appropriate to be
represented; and be it further

RESOLVED, That the Governor designate the chair of the
commission; and be it further

RESOLVED, That the commission report its findings and
recommendations to the General Assembly and Governor by December
1, 1986; and be it further

RESOLVED, That staff for the commission be provided by the
Department of Education; and be it further

RESOLVED, That copies of this Resolution be forwarded by the
Department of Legislative Reference to David W. Hornbeck, State
Superintendent of Schools, 200 W. Baltimore Street, Baltimore, MD
21201; Frederick K. Schoenbrodt, President, State Board of
Education, 200 W. Baltimore Street, Baltimore, MD 21201; Office
Clark, Chairperson, Maryland Advisory Council on Libraries, 200
W. Baltimore Street, Baltimore, MD 21201; Dr. H. Louis Stettler
III, Secretary, Department of Budget and Fiscal Planning, State
Treasury Building, Annapolis, MD 21404.

Signed May 13, 1986.

No. 34

(House Joint Resolution No. 84)

A House Joint Resolution concerning

Correctional Opportunities for Women
Convicted of Crime

FOR the purpose of requesting the Governor and Legislative Policy
Committee to establish a committee to study sentencing and
correctional alternatives for women convicted of crime in
the State.

WHEREAS, The rate of recidivism of women criminal offenders
is lower than that of criminal offenders who are men; and

WHEREAS, Many women who are convicted of crime would benefit
from correctional programs based in the community rather than in
more restrictive settings; and

WHEREAS, Although some work release and pre-release programs
exist in which women incarcerated in the penal system may
participate, an increase in the number and availability of these
programs would enhance the rehabilitation of more women in the
prison system; and

 

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