SCBA Government Relations Letter – March 2017
This letter will be brief.
The Legislature is in session, and Delegates and Senators HATE to go home without creating new laws.
If you don’t receive regular updates from your own representative, I suggest you get in touch with them and ask to be placed on their email list.
Brian Frosh, the state’s Attorney General, was given the right to sue the federal government without going through the Governor first. Until now, the Governor had the ultimate power to do this.
Governor Hogan and Lieutenant Governor Rutherford welcome you to the Vacancies and Potential Seats Report for Maryland state boards and commissions. The openings are available on line for the first time.
YOU could serve on a state board or commission. There is NO PAY for most; but your input, being an experienced person in business, is valued and valuable.
The Vacancies and Potential Seats Report will provide the following information:
Seats that are currently vacant;
Terms that are soon to expire, within one year from the run date of this report; and
Terms that have expired, but still have members serving in a holdover status.
Candidates may apply for any board or commission at any time, but priority attention is paid to vacancies and seats that are soon to expire.
Check it out!
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