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Index to the Debates of the Constitutional Convention of Maryland, 1967-1968
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913; temporary reassignment of judges,


1192; vacancies in Convention member-

Wagandt, Del. Charles L., discrimination,

ship, 164; voting age, 1907; weighted vot-

2164-2165; legislative districts, 1574-

ing in Senate, 562-563

1576; local government, 808-809; natural

Welfare, general, 2427-2441, 2475-2476

resources, 3113-3114; unicameral legisla-

Wheatley, Del. Charles H., collective bar-

ture, 447

gaining, 2300; consumer protection,

Wagonheim, Ira J. (Convention chief

1220-1221; Convention rules, 1949-1950;

clerk), 2807

delegate districts, 585-586; education,

Wallace, Rev. Charles I., invocation, 101

2507-2516, 2525, 2532-2533; effective

Webster, Del. Ralph R., resignation as del-

date of Constitution, 2697-2701; equal

egate, 171; resolution concerning death,

opportunity in education, 2538, 2542-

197-198

2543; higher education, 2566-2570; law-

Weidemeyer, Del. C. Maurice, assessment

yer poll on qualifications of judges, 2793;

of farm land, 1784; attorney general,

length of General Assembly sessions,

1351-1352, 2115-2116; bail, 2222; collec-

635-636; local school boards, 2555-2557,

tive bargaining by public employees,

2560; militia, 324, 331-338, 340, 344, 346-

2313-2315; composition of General As-

347, 349, 353; public education laws,

sembly, 509-510, 518, 537-538; comptrol-

3125; state superintendent, 2535; transi-

ler, 1425; condemnation of private prop-

tory provisions, 2697-2701

erty, 2268-2273; congressional redistrict-

White, Del. John W., Jr., bonding of of-

ing, 1603, 2659, 2665; constitutional con-

ficeholders, 2825-2827; collective bar-

ventions, 3146-3147, 3150; consumer

gaining, 3044; collective bargaining by

protection, 1227-1228; court structure,

public employees, 2316; delegate com-

900-901; discrimination, 2173; district

mittee votes, 291, 304-305; delegate dis-

court, 976-977; district court commis-

tricts, 579; economic opportunity, 2437;

sioners, 940-941, 947; election of Con-

election of General Assembly officers,

vention officers, 10-11; election of Gen-

1599; gubernatorial appointment of

eral Assembly officers, 3084-3085; elec-

judges, 1053; militia, 335-336, 339;

tion of judges, 1109-1110; eminent do-

municipal elections, 1918-1932, 1937;

main, 2335, 3241; fractional voting in

natural resources, 756; nomination of

House of Delegates, 554-555; freedom of

second vice president, 37; seating of Con-

information, 2490-2491; grand juries,

vention delegates, 20; selection of com-

2452-2456; imprisonment for debt, 2456;

mittee vice chairpersons, 92; sovereign

income tax, 1774-1776; judicial appoint-

immunity, 2397; vacancies in Convention

ments, 1036; judicial retirement, 1124;

membership, 161-163

juries in criminal cases, 2450, 2688; jury

White, Rover, 3321

trials, 2261, 2264-2265; lawyer poll on

Willis, Del. Charles W., attorney general,

judges, 1114; local government, 814-815;

1354; election of judges, 2796; equal op-

local government power to tax, 822; lot-

portunity in education, 2546; judicial

teries, 1707-1708, 1727-1728, 2867-2868;

nominating commissions, 2790; local

militia, 342, 346; name of Lower House,

school boards, 2553-2554, 2556; state in-

461; natural resources laws, 3116; oaths,

debtedness, 1809-1810

3367; plural officeholding, 2376-2378;

Willoner, Del. Ronald, appellate court

powers reserved to states, 2352; presiden-

opinions, 1190; appellate courts nomi-

tial primary elections, 2050-2051, 2053;

nating commission, 1073; appointment

privacy rights, 2885-2886; referendum,

of committee members, 12, 15; attorney

657, 680, 694, 726, 2839; residency re-

general, 1353; bail, 2222-2223; collective

quirement for voting, 1957, 1962-1963;

bargaining, 3053; compilation and publi-

right of removal in civil cases, 2411,

cation of laws, 1668; court structure, 900;

2497-2498; seating of Convention dele-

criminal court juries, 2891; discrimina-

gates, 20; separation of powers, 2354,

tion, 2174-2175; district court commis-

2374; sovereign immunity, 2394, 3247;

sioners, 942, 952; freedom of informa-

superior court functional divisions, 912-

tion, 2476-2483, 2490, 2909-2914, 2933-



 
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