2022 Maryland Statutes
State Government
Title 2 - General Assembly
Subtitle 9 - Federal Relations
Section 2-906 - Duties of Committee

    (a)    The Committee shall:

        (1)    as to the relations between the State and the federal government:

            (i)    monitor and evaluate the relations;

            (ii)    monitor proposals to change the relations;

            (iii)    evaluate the impact of the proposals on the State and its citizens and on local governments; and

            (iv)    keep officials of the Executive and Legislative branches of the State government and others informed about the relations and the potential impact of proposals to change the relations;

        (2)    serve as a forum for consideration of certain State-local issues;

        (3)    try to advance the cooperation between the State and other units of government by proposing or facilitating any actions that the Committee considers advisable, including:

            (i)    the adoption of compacts;

            (ii)    the enactment of uniform statutes;

            (iii)    the enactment of reciprocal statutes;

            (iv)    the adoption of uniform administrative rules or regulations;

            (v)    the adoption of reciprocal administrative rules or regulations;

            (vi)    the informal cooperation between government offices;

            (vii)    the personal cooperation between officials and employees of governments; and

            (viii)    the exchange of information; and

        (4)    do any other thing that the Legislative Policy Committee assigns.

    (b)    Subject to § 2-1257 of this title, the Committee shall submit to the General Assembly:

        (1)    an annual report, within 15 days after the General Assembly convenes for a regular session; and

        (2)    any other report that the Committee considers appropriate.

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