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Maryland Manual, 1967-68
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288 MARYLAND MANUAL
SENATORIAL DISTRICT 13
Baltimore County
Subdistrict ISA: I Senator
Precincts 1-3, 5-15, 22-32 of 1st Election District; 13th Election
District.
Subdistrict 13B: I Senator
Precincts 4, 16-21 of the 1st Election District; 2nd Election Dis-
trict; Precincts 1-17 of the 3rd Election District.
Subdistrict 13C: I Senator
Precinct 18 of 3rd Election District; 4th-8th, 10th Election Dis-
tricts; Precincts 1-7, 18-20 of 9th Election District.
Subdistrict 13D: I Senator
Precincts 8-17, 21-54 of 9th Election District.
Subdistrict 13E: I Senator
11th Election District; Precincts 6, 7, 10-22, 24-28 of the 15th
Election District.
Subdistrict 13F: I Senator
14th Election District; Precincts 1-5, 8, 9, 23, 29-36 of the 15th
Election District.
Subdistrict 13G: I Senator
12th Election District.
A HISTORY OF THE 1966 REGULAR SESSION OF
THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF MARYLAND
The General Assembly met in regular session on January 19, 1966.
The session adjourned on March 29, 1966.
A total of 1,828 bills were introduced, of which 610 were Senate
bills and 1,218 were House bills. Of the 610 Senate bills, 334 were
passed by both Houses, and of this latter number, 317 were signed
by the Governor and 17 were vetoed. Of the 1,218 House bills intro-
duced, 460 were passed by both Houses, and of this latter number,
439 were signed by the Governor and 21 were vetoed.
A total of 116 joint resolutions were introduced, 51 being in the
Senate and 65 in the House. Of the total number, 38 Senate joint
resolutions and 31 House joint resolutions were passed by both Houses.
The budget bill enacted at this session for the fiscal year ending
June 30, 1967, amounted to $886,812,387. The bond construction bill
passed at this session was for a total amount of $39,486,700.
Among the more important laws enacted at the 1966 regular session
were: a bill to authorize a "parallel" bridge across the Chesapeake
Bay at Sandy Point (later petitioned to referendum and rejected by
the voters), an inter-state compact for juveniles, a law establishing
and defining the powers and duties of a new Department of Juvenile
Services, the Uniform Unclaimed Property Act, a revision of the laws
for the system of senatorial scholarships, and a law establishing the
St. Mary's City Commission.
A law was also enacted at this session to place on State-wide
referendum the question whether there should or should not be a
Constitutional Convention in the year 1967. The vote of the people
was in favor of the proposed Constitutional Convention.
A number of proposals were made to amend the Constitution of
Maryland. Among the more important were those establishing an
Intermediate Court of Appeals, abolishing the Land Office, and estab-
lishing a time for the Legislature's consideration of supplemental
appropriation bills.

 
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