Legislative Corner

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  • Tuesday, January 28, 2020 12:08 PM | Becky Sieck (Administrator)

    DATE:  January 28, 2020 

    As we discussed at our July 2019 retreat, the Legislative Committee offers its review of the bills introduced in the 2020 session of the Maryland General Assembly.  At this time, as determined by the COGS Board of Directors, COGS does not plan to take a position on any bills.  Any communication from COGS on legislative initiatives is for the benefit of our members who may choose to pursue legislative advocacy that reflects their personal or professional concerns.  This effort is a service offered by the COGS Legislative Committee. This represents our best efforts; we make no representation that this communication addresses all issues that may affect all COGS members.  We urge our members to explore additional information on legislative initiatives by consulting the Maryland General Assembly ( http://mgaleg.maryland.gov; telephone 1-800-492-7122 -toll free) and by contacting their representatives in the Maryland Senate and Maryland House of Delegates.

     

    Bills introduced in the Senate through January 28, 2020

    SB 44, Public Buildings – Changing Facilities for Adult Diapers, hearing before Senate Judicial Proceedings, 1/16

    SB 112, Health Insurance – Health Information – Disclaimers Between Carriers, hearing before Senate Finance on 1/14

    SB 124, Maryland Health Benefit Exchange – Establishment of State-Based Health Insurance Subsidies Program, Finance

    SB 150, Estate Recovery – Presentation of Claims of Medicaid Participants, hearing before Senate Judicial Proceedings, 1/23

    SB 153 (HB103), Criminal Law – Abuse or Neglect of Vulnerable Adults – Causing Severe Emotional Distress, hearing before Senate Judicial Proceedings, 1/22

    SB 407, Office of the Attorney General, Senior and Vulnerable Adult Asset Recovery Unit, Senate Judicial Proceedings Committee

     

    Bills introduced in the House through January 28, 2020

    HB 10, Public Buildings – Changing Facilities for Adult Diapers

    HB 103 (SB 153), Criminal Law – Abuse or Neglect of Vulnerable Adults – Causing Severe Emotional Distress, hearing before House Judiciary, 1/22

    HB 256, Maryland Estates and Trusts, Unified Credit, hearing before Ways and Means, 2/13

    HB 320, Criminal Law, Exploitation of Vulnerable Adults, hearing before House Judiciary on, 2/

    HB 393 (SB 150), Estate Recovery – Presentation of Claims of Medicaid Participants, Judiciary

    HB 456, Maryland Department of Health – Public Outreach Programs – Cognitive Impairment, Alzheimer’s Disease & Other Types of Dementia, Health and Gov. Operations

    HB 498, Department of Aging – Grants for Aging in Place Programs – Funding, hearing before Judiciary on 2/11

    HB 564, Department of Aging -Assisted Living Programs – Subsidies, Health and Government Operations Committee

    HB 584, Day Care Centers for Elderly and Day Care Centers for Adults – Reimbursement, Appropriations


  • Tuesday, January 21, 2020 12:01 PM | Becky Sieck (Administrator)

    DATE:  January 21, 2020

    As we discussed at our July 2019 retreat, the Legislative Committee offers its review of the bills introduced in the 2020 session of the Maryland General Assembly.  At this time, as determined by the COGS Board of Directors, COGS does not plan to take a position on any bills.  Any communication from COGS on legislative initiatives is for the benefit of our members who may choose to pursue legislative advocacy that reflects their personal or professional concerns.  This effort is a service offered by the COGS Legislative Committee. This represents our best efforts; we make no representation that this communication addresses all issues that may affect all COGS members.  We urge our members to explore additional information on legislative initiatives by consulting the Maryland General Assembly ( http://mgaleg.maryland.gov; telephone 1-800-492-7122 -toll free) and by contacting their representatives in the Maryland Senate and Maryland House of Delegates.

     

    Bills introduced in the Senate through January 21, 2020

    SB 44, Public Buildings – Changing Facilities for Adult Diapers, hearing before Senate Judicial Proceedings, 1/16

    SB 112, Health Insurance – Health Information – Disclaimers Between Carriers, hearing before Senate Finance on 1/14

    SB 124, Maryland Health Benefit Exchange – Establishment of State-Based Health Insurance Subsidies Program, Finance

    SB 150, Estate Recovery – Presentation of Claims y Medicaid Participants, hearing before Senate Judicial Proceedings, 1/23

    SB 153 (HB103), Criminal Law – Abuse or Neglect of Vulnerable Adults – Causing Severe Emotional Distress, hearing before Senate Judicial Proceedings, 1/22

    Bills introduced in the House through January 21, 2020

    HB 10, Public Buildings – Changing Facilities for Adult Diapers

    HB 103 (SB 153), Criminal Law – Abuse or Neglect of Vulnerable Adults – Causing Severe Emotional Distress, hearing before House Judiciary, 1/22

    HB 256, Maryland Estates and Trusts, Unified Credit

    HB 320, Criminal Law, Exploitation of Vulnerable Adults, hearing before House Judiciary on, 2/4


  • Monday, January 13, 2020 12:13 PM | Becky Sieck (Administrator)

    DATE:  January 13, 2020

    As we discussed at our July 2019 retreat, the Legislative Committee offers its review of the bills introduced in the 2020 session of the Maryland General Assembly.  At this time, as determined by the COGS Board of Directors, COGS does not plan to take a position on any bills.  Any communication from COGS on legislative initiatives is for the benefit of our members who may choose to pursue legislative advocacy that reflects their personal or professional concerns.  This effort is a service offered by the COGS Legislative Committee. This represents our best efforts; we make no representation that this communication addresses all issues that may affect all COGS members.  We urge our members to explore additional information on legislative initiatives by consulting the Maryland General Assembly ( http://mgaleg.maryland.gov; telephone 1-800-492-7122 -toll free) and by contacting their representatives in the Maryland Senate and Maryland House of Delegates.

     

    Bills introduced in the Senate through SB 157

    SB 44, Public Buildings – Changing Facilities for Adult Diapers, hearing before Senate Judicial Proceedings, 1/16

    SB 112, Health Insurance – Health Information – Disclaimers Between Carriers, hearing before Senate Finance on 1/14

    SB 124, Maryland Health Benefit Exchange – Establishment of State-Based Health Insurance Subsidies Program, Finance

    SB 150, Estate Recovery – Presentation of Claims y Medicaid Participants, hearing before Senate Judicial Proceedings, 1/23

    SB 153 (HB103), Criminal Law – Abuse or Neglect of Vulnerable Adults – Causing Severe Emotional Distress, hearing before Senate Judicial Proceedings, 1/22

     

    Bills introduced in the House through HB 106

    HB 10, Public Buildings – Changing Facilities for Adult Diapers

    HB 103 (SB 153), Criminal Law – Abuse or Neglect of Vulnerable Adults – Causing Severe Emotional Distress, hearing before House Judiciary, 1/22


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