Thursday, January 15, 2009

Primary Bill: Improving Adult Guardianship Laws

With Maryland lawmakers facing the bleakest state ledger in years, 10th District legislators have their work cut out for them in the 90-day Maryland General Assembly session, according to Sen. Delores G. Kelley.

Kelley urged members of the 10th District Democratic Club at a meeting last week to be vigilant for both good and bad legislation put forward in Annapolis.

Her primary bills this year aim to sharpen existing legislation on penalties for mail theft, extend unemployment insurance to jobless people who worked part time, and improve adult guardianship laws. She also wants to crack down on deceptive housing loan cosigner practices.

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