General Assembly, 414th session,
convened in Annapolis, Maryland,
January 12 - April 10, 2000
Introduced Passed
Senate 907 366
House 1,440 518
Total 2,347 884
Enacted Vetoed
Senate 266 100
House 434 84
Total 700 184
Introduced Passed
Senate 12 8
House 28 9
Total 40 17
Introduced Passed
Senate 7 1
House 4 0
Total 11 1
Submitted to referendum 1
Total Vetoes 184
Overridden 0
Operating Budget $19,559,963,913
Bond-Financed Capital Program $609,679,338
General Obligation Bonds* $470,717,685
Consolidated Transportation Bonds $113,961,653
Higher Education Bonds $25,000,000
Baltimore City criminal justice system; business and economic development funds consolidation; Business and Technology Court; check-cashing services; child care (early) and education; child welfare (substance abuse treatment programs); Children's Health Program expansion; cigarette vending machines; contracts - late fees; earned-income tax credit; electronic commerce and government; Energy Efficient Technology Tax Act; handgun safety; health insurance - coverage of habilitative services for children; health maintenance organizations (downstream risk assumption contracts; subrogation provisions); higher education funding; home builders (new); horse racing; inheritance tax; Injured Workers' Insurance Fund; Juvenile Justice Department programs and services; lead paint testing and funding initiative; legislative ethics (business relationships with lobbyists); Maryland Prepaid College Trust and Investment Plan; Maryland Research and Development Tax Credit; mass transit - farebox recovery; medical records - confidentiality; nursing homes; prescription-drug subsidy plan (for elderly persons in medically underserved areas); prevailing wage - school construction projects; real property sales practices (flipping); Regional Air Service Development Program; school aid (public and private); smart codes (infill development and smart neighborhoods; Maryland Building Rehabilitation Code); tax-free week; taxation (truth in); transportation priority funding; tobacco settlement funds (Cigarette Restitution Fund); Uniform Computer Information Transaction Act; Uniform Electronic Transaction Act.

*includes debt service for public school construction

For further budget information, see
The 90 Day Report

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