The Department of Legislative Services annual synopsis of the General Assembly’s time in Annapolis provides an update on budget, education, transportation, and health issues addressed in laws that passed – and didn’t pass – in the 2018 Session.
As described the the Maryland Department of Legislative Services, the 90 Day Report is divided into 12 parts, each discussing a major policy area.
The areas include, among others (links will take the reader to the start of each sections, though there are other the references throughout the document):
Budget/Fiscal (includes resolving structural budget and addressing federal tax reform)
Business and Labor (includes paid sick leave legislation’s veto override)
Education (includes education funding, school construction, and school safety issues)
Health (includes opioids and cannabis topics)
State Government (covers elections security)
Transportation (includes highway user revenues legislation)
The Department of Legislative Services will release another report, the Effect of the 2018 Legislative Program on the Financial Condition of the State after the Governor has signed or vetoed all bills passed by the General Assembly.