The Bailey Daily

Week 4 Update

Senator Bailey is continuing to work with the Hogan Administration to help the residents of District 29 during the ongoing COVID-19 Pandemic.  Today, the Senator met with Secretary Tiffany Robinson from the Department of Labor and members of the Governor’s staff to discuss constituents’ unemployment… Read More »Week 4 Update

Week 3 Update

On Wednesday, Senator Bailey presented Senate Bill 249 to the Senate’s Education, Health, and Environmental Affairs Committee.  Under current law, a Senator can allow a student to use a Senatorial Scholarship at an out-of-state school only if the academic program the student is pursuing is… Read More »Week 3 Update

Week 2 Update

This week, Senator Bailey presented three more of his bills to Senate committees.  On Wednesday, the Senator presented Senate Bill 104 and Senate Bill 239 to the Education, Health, and Environmental Affairs Committee.  The first bill, Senate Bill 104, would require schools to install safety… Read More »Week 2 Update

Week 1 Update

On Thursday, Senator Bailey had his first bill hearing of the Session.  Senate Bill 277, which would give local governments the authority to determine which public safety officers are eligible for local property tax credits in their jurisdiction, was heard by the Senate’s Budget and… Read More »Week 1 Update

Session 2021

On January 13, 2021, the General Assembly began the 2021 Legislative Session.  This Session will bring a number of significant challenges as a result of the COVID–19 Pandemic.  These challenges are not only related to the issues that the General Assembly will be considering, but… Read More »Session 2021

Statement On Oyster Leases

On Wednesday, October 9, Delegate Matt Morgan and I spoke with representatives of the Maryland Department of Natural Resources regarding oyster leases that are currently being applied for in the Patuxent River off of the shoreline of the Golden Beach/Patuxent Knolls community.  In this conversation,… Read More »Statement On Oyster Leases

End of Session 2020

I invite you to read my End of Session letter summarizing the 2020 Legislative Session and welcome you to check back on this page as I will be posting updates when the General Assembly reconvenes for the 2021 Legislative Session in January. March 20, 2020… Read More »End of Session 2020

Day 51 – Sine Dine

The Maryland General Assembly adjourned sine dine today at 5:00 p.m. due to the ongoing state of emergency surrounding the coronavirus outbreak.  While this shortened session posed a serious challenge to getting legislation through the General Assembly, Senator Bailey is proud to have passed six… Read More »Day 51 – Sine Dine