Maryland Wage and Hour Law and Maryland Wage Payment and Collection Law – Revisions (Maryland Wage Protection Act)

Requiring that a certain summary that certain employers are required to keep conspicuously posted in certain places of employment include certain antiretaliation provisions; prohibiting certain employers from taking certain actions under the Maryland Wage and Hour Law and the Maryland Wage Payment and Collection Law; prohibiting certain employers from discriminating against certain employees; requiring, to the extent practicable, the

County Boards of Education - Payment Data - Disclosures

Requiring the county boards of education of Montgomery County, Howard County, Baltimore County, Prince George's County, and Anne Arundel County to develop and operate searchable websites containing information on the identities of individuals who receive aggregate payments from the boards of at least $25,000; and specifying how the websites present information.

Labor and Employment - Maryland Healthy Working Families Act - Seasonal Temporary Workers

Increasing, from 106 to 120 days, the period during which an employer is not required to allow an employee to use earned sick and safe leave; altering the circumstances under which an employer is required to reinstate certain unused sick and safe leave; and altering the circumstances under which an employer is authorized to require an employee who uses earned sick and safe leave to provide certain verification.

Public Schools - Reporting of Assaults, Crimes of Violence, and Felonies (Report Act of 2020)

Requiring a certain school administration to file a police report and an administrative incident report if an assault, a crime of violence, or a felony occurs at a public school and is reported to the school administration; requiring a school administration to provide certain information to a victim or parent of a victim; requiring each county board of education to adopt regulations specifying the requirements of administrative incide

Labor and Employment - Family and Medical Leave Insurance Program - Establishment

Establishing the Family and Medical Leave Insurance Program to provide temporary benefits to a covered individual who is taking leave from employment; establishing the Family and Medical Leave Insurance Fund; requiring, beginning January 1, 2021, certain employees, employers, and self-employed individuals to pay certain contributions; authorizing, beginning July 1, 2022, a covered individual taking certain leave from employment to sub

Universal School Start Act of 2020

Requiring, beginning in the 2020-2021 school year, a county board of education to set the start date of the school year for schools in the county not earlier than the first Tuesday after Labor Day; authorizing a county board to grant a school a certain waiver from a certain requirement for good cause as established by the State Board of Education in regulations; requiring the State Board to adopt certain regulations; etc.

Education - School Construction - Pedestrian Safety Plans

Requiring a county board of education seeking State funds for the construction of a new school, or the renovation of or an addition to an existing school that would increase the capacity by more than 100 students, to submit a pedestrian safety plan to the Interagency Commission on School Construction; requiring the plan to identify safe routes for students to walk or bike to school, evaluate existing and needed infrastructure, analyze

Public Schools - Staff Members - Report

Requiring each county board of education to submit, on or before July 1 each year, a report to the State Board of Education, the Governor, and certain legislative committes on the ratio of students to certain staff members at each school; and requiring the report to include the ratio of students to certain staff members for the school system as a whole.

Maryland Transit Administration - Conversion to Electric Buses (Electric Bus Transition Act)

Prohibiting, beginning in fiscal year 2022, the Maryland Transit Administration from purchasing buses for the Administration's transit bus fleet that are not electric buses; requiring the Administration, on or before January 1, 2021, and each January 1 thereafter, to submit a report to certain committees of the General Assembly on the implementation of the Act; requiring the report to include a plan for transitioning any adversely aff