[photo, Samuel I. Rosenberg, Maryland State Delegate] SAMUEL I. (SANDY) ROSENBERG
Democrat, District 41, Baltimore City

Member of House of Delegates since January 12, 1983. Member, Health and Government Operations Committee, 2017- (chair, government operations & long-term care subcommittee, 2017; chair, government operations & estates & trusts subcommittee, 2017-19; member, public health & minority health disparities subcommittee, 2017-; chair, government operations & health facilities subcommittee, 2020-). House Chair, Joint Committee on Administrative, Executive and Legislative Review, 2013- (member, 1995-2003). House Chair, Joint Committee on Legislative Ethics, 2019 (member, 2017-). Member, Marijuana Legalization Work Group, 2019-. Member, Appropriations Committee, 1983-2003 (capital budget subcommittee, 1992-2003; oversight committee on personnel, 1993-2003; chair, health & the environment subcommittee, 1993-94; chair, health & human resources subcommittee, 1995-2003); Spending Affordability Committee, 1988-92, 2002, 2011-17; Judiciary Committee, 2004-11, 2013-16 (vice-chair, 2004-11; member, civil law & procedure subcommittee, 2005-11, 2013-14, chair, 2015-16; member, criminal justice subcommittee, 2015-16); Rules and Executive Nominations Committee, 2004-13, 2015-17. Vice-Chair, Ways and Means Committee, 2011-12. House Chair, Joint Expenditure Study Group on Education and Human Resources, 1991. Member, Special Joint Committee on Pensions, 1993-98; Special Joint Committee on Competitive Taxation and Economic Development, 1996-97; Joint Committee on Welfare Reform, 1996-2014 (house chair, 1996-2003); Special Committee on Gaming, 2001. House Chair, Joint Audit Committee, 1999-2003 (member, 2003-06). Member, Joint Committee on the Selection of the State Treasurer, 2002; Health and Government Operations Committee, 2003-04 (chair, public health subcommittee, 2003-04). Assistant Majority Leader, 2003-05. Member, Joint Committee on Access to Mental Health Services, 2006-11; House Work Group to Study Maryland Law regarding Access to Firearms and Sharing of Health Information, 2007. House Vice-Chair, Joint Committee on Health Care Delivery and Financing, 2007-11 (member, 1993-2011). Member, Legislative Policy Committee, 2017-18; Work Group to Address Police Reform and Accountability in Maryland, 2020. Member, Liaison Work Group, Baltimore City Delegation. Member, National Conference of State Legislatures (task force on welfare reform reauthorization; human services & welfare committee, past vice-chair).

Member, Commission on Hereditary Disorders, 1983-87; Task Force to Study Incentive Awards Program for State Employees, 1990; Peabody Institute Oversight Committee, 1990-96; Maryland Housing Policy Commission, 1996-97; Museum Assistance Review Panel, 1996-2002; Commission on Inadvertent Displacement, 1997-98; Oversight Committee on the Administration of the HealthChoice Program, 1999; Task Force to End Smoking in Maryland, 1999; Special Commission to Study Sexual Orientation Discrimination in Maryland, 2000-01; State Information Technology Board, 2000-04; Task Force on Child Welfare System Accountability, 2003-04; Maryland Commission on Capital Punishment, 2008; State Advisory Council on Administrative Hearings, 2011-; Task Force to Study the Renovation and Repair Needs of Senior Homeowners (DHCD), 2012-13; Hall of Records Commission, 2012-; Task Force to Study Implementing a Civil Right to Counsel in Maryland, 2013-14; Task Force to Ensure Retirement Security for All Marylanders, 2014-15; State Early Childhood Advisory Council, 2014-.

Former legislative assistant, Capitol Hill. Member, Mayor's Task Force for Liaison with General Assembly, Baltimore City, 1980-81. Past member, Maryland State Advisory Committee to the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights.

Born in Baltimore, Maryland, May 18, 1950. Attended Baltimore City College; Amherst College, B.A. (political science), 1972; Columbia University Law School, J.D., 1975. Program Administrator, Housing Authority of Baltimore City, 1975-76, 1979-81. Producer and assistant to program manager, Square Off, WJZ-TV, 1976-79. Executive Director, Homeless Persons Representation Project, 1989-90. Adjunct Professor, University of Baltimore and University of Maryland Schools of Law, 1990-. Delegate, Democratic Party National Convention, 1988, 1996, 2000. Member, New Democratic Coalition; Westside, Hampden and Dolfield Democratic Clubs; Democratic Leadership Council; Common Cause. Past member, Board of Directors, Action for the Homeless; American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU); Baltimore Jewish Community Relations Council; Citizens Planning and Housing Association; Jewish Historical Society; Planned Parenthood of Maryland. Regional Visionary Award, Greater Baltimore Committee, 1998. Michaeline R. Fedder Legislator of the Year Award, Maryland Public Health Association, 2001. Legislator of the Year Award, Maryland Access to Justice Commission, 2012. Member, Beth Am Synagogue, Baltimore, Maryland.

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