Baltimore County Legislation includes two types:
Links to past copies (back to 2007)
As with other information, copies of older legislation are being removed from online so are provided below as local archive copies.
Note: A "tabled" bill does not really mean what it does in other organizations where a "tabled" item can be brought back to the discussion at the next meeting. The County Charter, prior to Nov 2018, stated "any bill not passed within forty days after its introduction shall fail". Thus, any delay, such as by "tabling", was the same as failure, since the schedule did not provide for another meeting within the 40-day limit. In Nov 2018, citizens approved a Charter amendment that changed this time limit to 65 days, thus allowing for a true "tabling" of a bill to be considered at the next legislative session.
Another case is which US and UK are separated by a common language. While we use "table" to mean take a bill off the table, the UK says "table" to mean put it on the table to be considered.
See here for list of "special laws", i.e., those that were clearly intended to benefit a specific property or person, in conflict with the Maryland Constitution.