NORMAN R. STONE, JR., Democrat, District 7, Baltimore County.
Baltimore, MD 21222 - 5194
Member of Senate since 1967. President Pro Tem, 1995-. Co-Chair, Task Force to Examine Maryland's Crime Victims' Rights Laws, 1995-. Member, Judicial Proceedings Committee, 1987- (vice-chair, 1987-94); Executive Nominations Committee, 1975-; Rules Committee, 1983-; Legislative Policy Committee, 1983-89, 1995-. Chair, Constitutional and Public Law Committee, 1983-84 (vice-chair, 1975-82); Economic and Environmental Affairs Committee, 1985-86. Member, Tort and Insurance Reform Oversight Committee, 1988-93; Joint Task Force on Maryland's Procurement Law, 1994; Joint Committee on the Selection of the State Treasurer, 1996. Past chair and past vice-chair, Joint Committee on Administrative, Executive and Legislative Review. Chair, Baltimore County Senate Delegation, 1968-72.
Member, House of Delegates, 1963-67. Member, Judiciary Committee.
Member, Sentencing Guidelines Advisory Board of Maryland Judicial Conference; 15 Percent Plan Task Force, 1995-96; Court of Appeals Standing Committee on Rules of Practice and Procedure, 1995-; Commission on the Future of Maryland Courts, 1995-; Article 27 (Crimes & Punishments) Revision Committee, 1995-. Co-Chair, Task Force to Study Motor Vehicle Liens, Regulation of Towing Practices, and the Disposition of Unclaimed Vehicles, 1997.
Born in Baltimore, Maryland, September 8, 1935. Attended Baltimore public schools; University of Baltimore; University of Baltimore School of Law, LL.B., 1960. Admitted to Maryland Bar, 1960. Past president, North Point Improvement Association; past president, St. Luke's Holy Name Society. Member, Beth Council Knights of Columbus; Edgemere Moose; North Point Peninsula Community Coordinating Council. Selected as one of the Ten Outstanding Legislators in United States by Assembly of Governmental Employees; Conservationist of the Year, Clean Water Action; Town Notable in his legislative district; Legislator of the Year, Baltimore Building Trades Council, 1993. Married; four children.
House of Delegates
July 10, 1998
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