The Maryland Legislative Process
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The Annual MAHT report for the Maryland Affordable Housing Trust is due no later than March 31, 2018. Blank copies of the MAHT report can be obtained on the Maryland Affordable Housing Trust website or by contacting:
Peter Brady, Esquire, MAHT Administrator 301-429-7670
Bradford A. Thomas, MIA Senior Enforcement Officer 410-468-2266
You may want to know:
- How long does the Governor have to veto a bill?
- What happens to bills that the Governor does not sign?
- What does “returned passed” mean?
- How about “passed enrolled?
- What is an “interim study” and how can you be involved?
This is a succinct overview of the legislative process in MD:
This publication on “Legislative Lingo” is helpful and interesting:
Legislative Lingo 2010 PDF