Annual Legislative Agenda: Domestic Violence Legislation
State House (from College Ave.), Annapolis, Maryland, April 2007. Photo by Diane F. Evartt. Maryland State Archives
The 2015 Legislative Agenda has been updated as of 2/24/15.
The 2015 Legislative Agenda is available as a PDF here.
PLEASE NOTE: This list contains select pieces of legislation and does not include all of the MNADV’s positions on all bills before the Maryland General Assembly.
To download the Final Report from 2014 as a PDF, go here: 2014 Final Report
To download the Final Report from 2013 as a PDF, go here: MNADV 2013 Legislative Agenda.
Bills supported by MNADV
Other Related Bills of Interest: HB 225/SB 269 Domestic Violence – Additional Relief
Other Related Bills of Interest: HB 224/SB 315 Domestic Violence – 2-Year Protective Order
Other Related Bills of Interest: HB 606/SB 477 Domestic Violence – Persons Eligible for Relief
Other Bills of Interest
HB 227/SB____ Family Law – Domestic Violence – Definition of Abuse
HB 263/SB ____ Domestic Violence – Permanent Protective Orders – Conspiracy or Solicitation to Commit Murder
HB 270/SB 404 Criminal Law – Arson, Burning, and Malicious Destruction of Property – Definition
SB 270/HB 390 Protective Order and Peace Order Petitions – Maryland Residents
SB 277/HB 807 Family Law – Protective Orders – Additional Relief
SB 530/HB 857 Criminal Procedure – Firearms – Transfer
HB 165/SB ____ Family Law – Grounds for Limited Divorce
SB 40/HB 385 Labor and Employment – Maryland Healthy Working Families Act
SB 74/HB 739 Task Force to Study Maternal Mental Health
Bills Opposed by MNADV
For further information about the Legislative Agenda, contact:
Maryland Network Against Domestic Violence
4601 Presidents Drive, Suite 370, Lanham, MD 20706
Tel: 301-429-3601 Fax: 301-429-3605
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.mnadv.org
For information on bills, legislators, synopses, budget, etc. go to mlis.state.md.us or call Legislative Services at 301-970-5200 or 410-946-5200.
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