Use your voice for a stronger state
The 2022 legislative session presents an opportunity to educate lawmakers about the positive steps being taken by employers to advance economic growth and make Maryland a better place to live and work. It also presents a continued opportunity to protect the interests of Maryland’s job creators. We intend to carefully monitor the anticipated critical issues throughout the 2022 session. Together, we will continue to make an impact in Annapolis and Washington, D.C., and build a stronger future for Maryland.
Each year, in coordination with our membership, the Maryland Chamber of Commerce identifies anticipated critical issues and establishes a legislative agenda to guide our strategy and advocacy efforts at the Maryland General Assembly. Learn more about the issues we stand for, and download it now.
The 2022 Legislative Session ended on April 11, 2022. Watch the Maryland Chamber of Commerce’s Government Affairs team provide a comprehensive analysis of the legislation relevant to the business community that passed or failed after the close of session.
It is critically important that Maryland job creators make their voices heard to lawmakers during the 2022 legislative session. Vital issues like advancing the economy and COVID-19 recovery are at stake. Now more than ever, your voice can be the driving force to make Maryland the best place to work and live.
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Our bill tracking system provides concise summaries of each bill along with the Chamber’s positions: support, oppose, hold or amend. We encourage our members to regularly review this section of our website for the most up-to-date legislative information.
You can access a breakdown of bills by topic by logging in to our Member Portal below and then selecting “2022 Bill Tracker” from the “Member Resources” drop down menu.
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