Maryland General Assembly: Legislative Services Building 90 State Cir, Annapolis, MD21401 The Legislative Services Department is responsible for providing support staff to members of the Maryland…More Legislature. It fills more than 350 positions, which function to provide research, administrative assistance, legal counsel and other important duties to members of the Maryland General Assembly. The mission of the Legislative Services Department is to "facilitate the legislative process by providing the members of the MGA with the highest quality of staff support."
Maryland State House 100 State Cir, Annapolis, MD21401 Formerly the nation's Capitol, the Maryland State House is the only state capitol building in the country with that…More distinction. It is also the oldest state capitol that has been used continuously for legislative purposes. The Maryland State House houses the offices of governor, lieutenant governor, house of delegates speaker and senate president year-round. In addition, each year from January to April, the general assembly meets in the Maryland State House for the legislative session, which lasts for 90 days.
Located in suite 405 of the building on 60 West Street, the Chesapeake Bay Trust was chartered more than 20 years ago…More by the Maryland General Assembly. The trust is a non-profit organization that focuses on protecting and restoring the Chesapeake Bay. The organization does this through grant-making and by engaging and educating the public about local environmental issues. It is made up of 19 board members, 14 of whom are appointed by the Governor.
One of many ways the organization raises funds to support its efforts is through its Bay Plate program, which allows Marylanders to purchase a special Chesapeake Bay license plate for their vehicles.