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Session Laws, 2004
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ROBERT L. EHRLICH, JR., Governor                             Ch. 284

(3)     identify and examine the limitations of existing programs, services,
laws, and regulations with respect to:

(i) cervical cancer awareness; and

(ii) the availability of health insurance coverage and public services
for the diagnosis and treatment of cervical cancer;

(4)     develop a statewide comprehensive Cervical Cancer Prevention Plan
and strategies for plan implementation and public promotion of the plan;

(5)     facilitate coordination and communication among State and local
agencies and organizations regarding achieving the goals of the Cervical Cancer
Prevention Plan developed by the Took Force Committee;

(6)     receive public testimony from individuals, local health departments,
community-based organizations, and other public and private organizations to gather
input on these individuals' and organizations':

(i) contributions to cervical cancer prevention, diagnosis, and
treatment; and

(ii) ideas for improving cervical cancer prevention, diagnosis, and
treatment in the State.

(i) (d) The Task Force Committee shall present an in the annual report on
of the State Council on Cancer Control its findings and recommendations to the
Governor and, in accordance with § 2-1246 of the State Government Article, the
General Assembly, on or before October 1 of each year beginning October 1, 2004.

SECTION 2. AND BE IT FURTHER ENACTED, That to the extent practicable,
appointments to the Task Force Cervical Cancer Committee of the Maryland
Comprehensive Cancer Control Plan shall be made to ensure regional, economic,
ethnic, and gender diversity on the Task Force Committee.

SECTION 3. AND BE IT FURTHER ENACTED, That this Act shall take effect
July 1, 2004. It shall remain effective for a period of 5 years and, at the end of June
30, 2009, with no further action required by the General Assembly, this Act shall be
abrogated and of no further force and effect.

Approved May 11, 2004.

(Senate Bill 504)

AN ACT concerning

Law Enforcement Officers' Pension System - Membership - Salisbury Fire


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