Nearly 300 additional bills will go into law without Governor Hogan’s signature as the window for making decisions coming out of the 2022 Legislative Session comes to a close. In addition, Hogan has identified 18 bills that he will veto.
The legislative decisions are likely to be some of the Governor’s last, given that his term ends in January.
The measures set to become law cover areas ranging from the Comptroller’s salary and the Patuxent River Commission, to school construction, vehicle laws, alcoholic beverages and procurement. The policies vetoed by Hogan address areas including union dues, elections, virtual education, street racing and more.
The Governor’s press release provides details on the vetoed measures.
Review the full list of bills set to go into law without the Governor’s signature:
House bills that will go into effect without signature
Senate bills that will go into effect without signature
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