Here is the List of those who Sponsored a Bill to allow Illegal Aliens to retain their Drivers License until 2015


HOUSE BILL 387

CHAPTER NUMBER: 390

EMERGENCY BILL

File Code: Vehicle Laws – Licensing and Registration

Prior Year Introduction As: HB 1046/08 – JUD

Sponsored By:

Delegates Ivey, Dumais, V. Clagett, Doory, Jameson, Kullen, Levy, Love, Schuler, Stein, Weldon, Vallario, Anderson, Barkley, Benson, Bobo, Branch, Bronrott, Burns, Cane, Carr, Carter, Conaway, Davis, Feldman, Frick, Frush, Gaines, Gilchrist, Glenn, Gutierrez, Guzzone, Hammen, Harrison, Haynes, Healey, Heller, Hixson, Holmes, Howard, Hubbard, Jones, Kaiser, Kirk, Kramer, Krysiak, Lee, McIntosh, Mizeur, Montgomery, Morhaim, Murphy, Nathan-Pulliam, Niemann, Oaks, Pena-Melnyk, Proctor, Ramirez, Reznik, Rice, Robinson, Rosenberg, Ross, Simmons, Stukes, Tarrant, Taylor, F. Turner, V. Turner, Valderrama, Vaughn, Waldstreicher, and Walker

Entitled:

Vehicle Laws – Lawful Status in the United States – Material Compliance with Federal Requirements


Synopsis:

Prohibiting the Motor Vehicle Administration from issuing or renewing an identification card, a moped operator’s permit, or a license to drive issued by the Administration that is acceptable by federal agencies for specified official purposes unless an applicant for the issuance or renewal provides specified evidence of the applicant’s lawful status in the United States and specified evidence relating to a Social Security number; etc.


History by Legislative and Calendar Date

Legislative date is used to record history occurring in the Chambers otherwise Calendar date is used.

House Action

2/2

First Reading Judiciary

2/6

Hearing 2/25 at 1:00 p.m.

3/27

Favorable with Amendments Report by Judiciary

3/24

Favorable with Amendments Report Adopted

Special Order next session (Delegate Malone) Adopted

Special Order later today (Delegate George) Adopted

Floor Amendment (Delegate George)

Motion vote previous question (Delegate Benson) Adopted

Floor Amendment (Delegate George) Rejected (57-75)

Floor Amendment (Delegate Bromwell)

Motion vote previous question (Delegate Benson) Adopted

Floor Amendment (Delegate Bromwell) Rejected (60-74)

Floor Amendment (Delegate Shank) Rejected (50-76)

Motion Recommit to Committee (Delegate Kipke) Rejected (51-78)

Floor Amendment (Delegate O’Donnell) Adopted

Floor Amendment (Delegate Kach) Adopted

Floor Amendment (Delegate Dumais) Adopted

Floor Amendment (Delegate Jennings) Adopted

Floor Amendment (Delegate Frank) Adopted

Floor Amendment (Delegate Aumann) Adopted

Floor Amendment (Delegate Boteler) Adopted

Floor Amendment (Delegate Minnick) Adopted

Floor Amendment (Delegate Lafferty) Adopted

Floor Amendment (Delegate Impallaria) Adopted

Floor Amendment (Delegate McDonough) Adopted

Floor Amendment (Delegate Shewell) Adopted

Floor Amendment (Delegate Haddaway) Adopted

Floor Amendment (Delegate Eckardt) Adopted

Floor Amendment (Delegate Elmore) Adopted

Floor Amendment (Delegate Stocksdale) Adopted

Floor Amendment (Delegate Elliott) Adopted

Floor Amendment (Delegate Krebs) Adopted

Floor Amendment (Delegate Dwyer) Adopted

Floor Amendment (Delegate Shank) Adopted

Floor Amendment (Delegate Kipke) Adopted

Floor Amendment (Delegate Schuh) Adopted

Floor Amendment (Delegate McConkey) Adopted

Floor Amendment (Delegate Wood) Adopted

Floor Amendment (Delegate Beidle) Adopted

Floor Amendment (Delegate Kelly) Adopted

Floor Amendment (Delegate Myers) Adopted

Floor Amendment (Delegate Miller) Adopted

Floor Amendment (Delegate Bates) Adopted

Floor Amendment (Delegate McComas) Adopted

Floor Amendment (Delegate Stifler) Adopted

Floor Amendment (Delegate Impallaria) Rejected (46-82)

Floor Amendment (Delegate Kipke) Rejected (51-79)

Floor Amendment (Delegate Sophocleus) Adopted

Floor Amendment (Delegate George) Rejected (54-76)

Floor Amendment (Delegate George) Adopted

Floor Amendment (Delegate Malone) Adopted

Motion Tabled (Delegate Dwyer) Rejected (49-86)

Floor Amendment (Delegate Dumais) Adopted

Second Reading Passed with Amendments

3/26

Motion vote previous question (Delegate Cane) Adopted

Third Reading Passed (77-60)

4/3

House Refuses to Concur – Senate Amendments

House Requests Senate Recede

Conference Committee Appointed …

Delegates Dumais, Rosenberg, and Anderson

4/10

Motion vote previous question (Delegate Morhaim) Adopted (75-59)

Conference Committee Report Adopted

Third Reading Passed (76-60)

Passed Enrolled

Senate Action

3/28

First Reading Judicial Proceedings

3/31

Hearing 4/2 at 1:00 p.m.

4/8

Favorable with Amendments Report by Judicial Proceedings

4/4

Favorable with Amendments Report Adopted

Second Reading Passed with Amendments

4/5

Third Reading Passed with Amendments (35-12)

4/8

Senate Refuses to Recede

Conference Committee Appointed …

Senators Frosh, Brochin, and Haines

Motion instruct conferees (Senator Brinkley) Rejected (14-32)

4/10

Motion limit debate (Senator Kasemeyer) Adopted (33-13)

Conference Committee Report Adopted (31-16)

Third Reading Passed (30-16)

Action after passage in House and Senate

5/7

Approved by the Governor

– Chapter 390


Sponsored by:

Delegate Jolene Ivey, District 47

Delegate Curt Anderson, District 43

Delegate Charles Barkley, District 39

Delegate Joanne C. Benson, District 24

Delegate Elizabeth Bobo, District 12B

Delegate Talmadge Branch, District 45

Delegate William A. Bronrott, District 16

Delegate Emmett C. Burns, Jr., District 10

Delegate Rudolph C. Cane, District 37A

Delegate Alfred C. Carr, Jr., District 18

Delegate Jill P. Carter, District 41

Delegate Virginia P. Clagett, District 30

Delegate Frank M. Conaway, Jr., District 40

Delegate Dereck E. Davis, District 25

Delegate Ann Marie Doory, District 43

Delegate Kathleen M. Dumais, District 15

Delegate Brian J. Feldman, District 15

Delegate C. William Frick, District 16

Delegate Barbara Frush, District 21

Delegate Tawanna P. Gaines, District 22

Delegate Jim Gilchrist, District 17

Delegate Cheryl D. Glenn, District 45

Delegate Ana Sol Gutierrez, District 18

Delegate Guy Guzzone, District 13

Delegate Peter A. Hammen, District 46

Delegate Hattie N. Harrison, District 45

Delegate Keith E. Haynes, District 44

Delegate Anne Healey, District 22

Delegate Henry B. Heller, District 19

Delegate Sheila E. Hixson, District 20

Delegate Marvin E. Holmes, Jr., District 23B

Delegate Carolyn J. B. Howard, District 24

Delegate James W. Hubbard, District 23A

Delegate Sally Jameson, District 28

Delegate Adrienne A. Jones, District 10

Delegate Anne R. Kaiser, District 14

Delegate Ruth M. Kirk, District 44

Delegate Benjamin F. Kramer, District 19

Delegate Carolyn J. Krysiak, District 46

Delegate Sue Kullen, District 27B

Delegate Susan C. Lee, District 16

Delegate Murray D. Levy, District 28

Delegate Mary Ann E. Love, District 32

Delegate Maggie McIntosh, District 43

Delegate Heather R. Mizeur, District 20

Delegate Karen S. Montgomery, District 14

Delegate Dan K. Morhaim, District 11

Delegate Peter Murphy, District 28

Delegate Shirley Nathan-Pulliam, District 10

Delegate Doyle L. Niemann, District 47

Delegate Nathaniel T. Oaks, District 41

Delegate Joseline A. Pena-Melnyk, District 21

Delegate James E. Proctor, Jr., District 27A

Delegate Victor R. Ramirez, District 47

Delegate Kirill Reznik, District 39

Delegate Craig L. Rice, District 15

Delegate Barbara Robinson, District 40

Delegate Samuel I. Rosenberg, District 41

Delegate Justin D. Ross, District 22

Delegate Todd Schuler, District 8

Delegate Luiz R. S. Simmons, District 17

Delegate Dana Stein, District 11

Delegate Melvin L. Stukes, District 44

Delegate Shawn Z. Tarrant, District 40

Delegate Herman L. Taylor, Jr., District 14

Delegate Frank S. Turner, District 13

Delegate Veronica Turner, District 26

Delegate Kriselda Valderrama, District 26

Delegate Joseph F. Vallario, Jr., District 27A

Delegate Michael L. Vaughn, District 24

Delegate Jeff Waldstreicher, District 18

Delegate Jay Walker, District 26

Delegate Richard B. Weldon, Jr., District 3B

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4 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by Jim on May 15, 2010 at 12:13 PM

    The TITLE of the bill was:
    Vehicle Laws – Lawful Status in the United States – Material Compliance with Federal Requirements

    Hmm. You mean they passed a bill to comply with Federal Law? How awful!

    Reply

    • actually, if you read the bill completely, they did not fall completely in line with ALL FED Laws. There were things left off the bill that did not fully comply with the Laws as they are stated, such as allowing Illegals to continue holding Drivers Licenses. Infact, if you have a license and you are here illegally, you have committed fraud by using an address registered under 50 other names which was found through the MVA and Administrator Kuo wanted them to not be allowed to keep their licenses since they were obtained illegally.

      Reply

      • Posted by Jim on May 15, 2010 at 6:41 PM

        It seems to me that if an illegal alien is caught then having a drivers license is the least of their worries. Would you prefer for the cops to check everybody’s papers now to prove citizenship and if they don’t have their papers detain them for possible deportation? And it looks like more of a practical solution tied into the normal 5 year license renewal. I’d guess that the MVA will need INS at all their locations to carry off any of us who can’t : “PROVIDES SATISFACTORY DOCUMENTARY EVIDENCE
        THAT THE APPLICANT HAS A VALID SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER BY PRESENTING
        THE APPLICANT’S SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION ACCOUNT CARD OR, IF
        THE SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION ACCOUNT CARD IS NOT AVAILABLE,
        ANY OF THE FOLLOWING DOCUMENTS BEARING THE APPLICANT’S SOCIAL
        SECURITY NUMBER:
        1. A CURRENT W–2 FORM;
        2. A CURRENT SSA–1099 FORM;
        3. A CURRENT NON–SSA–1099 FORM; OR
        4. A CURRENT PAY STUB WITH THE APPLICANT’S
        NAME AND SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER ON IT; ” when we go to renew our license.

        The other practical aspect of easing into this is that 24 States have passed laws rejecting compliance with the Federal law or asking Congress to repeal the law. Might have something to do with the estimated cost of $78 million to fully comply. Another unfunded mandate from the Feds. Let them use the INS rather than push it to the States.

  2. Posted by jackie on May 15, 2010 at 6:27 PM

    Corruption rules maryland but not for long.

    Reply

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