Members Making News January 20-26

A collection of media coverage of our Caucus members this week.




  • In response the Washington County Delegation planning to introduce legislation addressing temporary liquor licenses as well as other various liquor issues, Delegate Neil Parrott spoke about issues of introducing legislation that would revise the penalties of individuals who sell alcohol to minors. Delegate Parrott said that one issue was that new legislation would give penalties to those who actually sold alcohol to minors while the other issue was to figure out a way to prevent the liquor board from penalizing the license holder who employed an individual accused of selling alcohol to a minor until/if the employee is convicted of the crime. To read more about what kind of liquor legislation Washington County lawmakers are planning to introduce this Session, click here for more.







  • Delegate Johnny Mautz wrote a piece for the Dorchester Star detailing four bills he has introduced so far this Session. The bills, Income Tax Credit – Venison Donation – Feed the Hungry Organizations (HB0007), Talbot County Board of Education-Start Date of Term for Members (HB0156), Education – Commemoration – Terrorist Attacks of September 11, 2001 (HB0313), and Motor Vehicle Registration – Exception for Golf Carts – Town of Vienna (HB0330) seek to address issues in both Talbot County and throughout the state. Delegate Mautz also took time to talk about the federal tax reform and it’s impact on the state, saying that “I anticipate that discussions over adjusting our state tax code will continue throughout the session and encourage everyone to monitor for reports of any new proposals.” To read Delegate Mautz’s full article, please click here to be redirected. And to for a video of Delegate Mautz speaking of HB0313, please click here to watch.





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